Milky Way Satellite Census -- II. Galaxy-Halo Connection Constraints Including the Impact of the Large Magellanic Cloud

6 Dec 2019E. O. NadlerR. H. WechslerK. BechtolY. -Y. MaoG. GreenA. Drlica-WagnerM. McNannaS. MauA. B. PaceJ. D. SimonA. KravtsovS. DodelsonT. S. LiA. H. RileyM. Y. WangT. M. C. AbbottM. AguenaS. AllamJ. AnnisS. AvilaG. M. BernsteinE. BertinD. BrooksD. L. BurkeA. Carnero RosellM. Carrasco KindJ. CarreteroM. CostanziL. N. da CostaJ. De VicenteS. DesaiA. E. EvrardB. FlaugherP. FosalbaJ. FriemanJ. García-BellidoE. GaztanagaD. W. GerdesD. GruenJ. GschwendG. GutierrezW. G. HartleyS. R. HintonK. HonscheidE. KrauseK. KuehnN. KuropatkinO. LahavM. A. G. MaiaJ. L. MarshallF. MenanteauR. MiquelA. PalmeseF. Paz-ChinchónA. A. PlazasE. SanchezB. SantiagoV. ScarpineS. SerranoM. SmithM. Soares-SantosE. SuchytaG. TarleD. ThomasT. N. VargaA. R. Walker

The population of Milky Way (MW) satellites contains the faintest known galaxies, and thus provides essential insight into galaxy formation and dark matter microphysics. Here, we combine a model of the galaxy--halo connection with newly derived observational selection functions based on searches for satellites in photometric surveys over nearly the entire high-Galactic-latitude sky... (read more)

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