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2006ApJS..163..160R - Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 163, 160-172 (2006/March-0)

Three years of ChaMPlane northern field WIYN spectroscopy.

ROGEL A.B., LUGGER P.M., COHN H.N., SLAVIN S.D., GRINDLAY J.E., ZHAO P. and HONG J.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present initial results of WIYN spectroscopic observations of selected objects detected in the Chandra Multiwavelength Plane (ChaMPlane) Survey in fields toward the Galactic anticenter. ChaMPlane is designed to identify low-luminosity X-ray sources, both accretion-powered and stellar coronal, in the Galaxy. It also includes a wide-field optical imaging Survey conducted with the NOAO Mosaic cameras to identify optical counterparts, as well as Hα-selected objects in the ∼5 times larger field. We report spectroscopic classifications for 1069 objects in Galactic anticenter (i.e., northern) fields, resulting in 612 type determinations. These include 5 new cataclysmic variables, 4 Be stars, 14 lithium-absorption stars, 182 stellar coronal sources (primarily dMe stars), and 30 new quasars. Bright optical counterparts of Chandra sources in this sample are most frequently dMe stars, whereas a majority of the faintest (R>20.5 mag) spectroscopically classified Chandra source counterparts are quasars. The bulk of Hα-selected sources appears to be roughly evenly divided between dMe stars and M stars at all magnitudes.

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Journal keyword(s): Stars: Binaries: Close - Galaxy: Stellar Content - Stars: Novae, Cataclysmic Variables - Galaxies: Quasars: General - Stars: Emission-Line, Be - Surveys

Nomenclature: Tables 4 to 8: ChOPS JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s N=5+4+7+2+4. Tables 6 to 8: CXOPS JHHMMSS.s+DDMMSS N=7+5+26. Table 4: [RLC2006] CVN (Nos CV1-CV5), [RLC2006] XBN (Nos XB1, XB2).

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