2009ApJS..185..186W


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2009ApJS..185..186W - Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 185, 186-197 (2009/November-0)

The Gemini spectral library of Near-IR late-type stellar templates and its application for velocity dispersion measurements.

WINGE C., RIFFEL R.A. and STORCHI-BERGMANN T.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present a spectroscopic library of late spectral type stellar templates in the near-IR range 2.15-2.42 µm, at R = 5300-5900 resolution, oriented to support stellar kinematics studies in external galaxies, such as the direct determination of the masses of supermassive black holes in nearby active (or non-active) galaxies. The combination of high spectral resolution and state-of-the-art instrumentation available in 8 m class telescopes has made the analysis of circumnuclear stellar kinematics using the near-IR CO band heads one of the most used techniques for such studies, and this library aims to provide the supporting data sets required by the higher spectral resolution and larger spectral coverage currently achieved with modern near-IR spectrographs. Examples of the application for kinematical analysis are given for data obtained with two Gemini instruments, but the templates can be easily adjusted for use with other near-IR spectrographs at similar or lower resolution. The example data sets are also used to revisit the "template mismatch" effect and the dependence of the velocity dispersion values obtained from the fitting process with the characteristics of the stellar templates. The library is available in electronic form from the Gemini Web pages.

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Journal keyword(s): astronomical data bases: miscellaneous - methods: data analysis - stars: late-type - techniques: spectroscopic

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Simbad objects: 48

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Number of rows : 48

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 * kap02 Scl * 00 11 34.4207812578 -27 47 58.998278679   6.756 5.404     K2III 42 0
2 * iot Scl RG* 00 21 31.1979881305 -28 58 53.295660780   6.169 5.167     K0III 44 0
3 HD 2490 PM* 00 28 26.5222311935 -39 54 54.012507030   6.956 5.415     M0III 39 0
4 HD 3989 * 00 42 48.9646734137 +45 55 46.300058925   8.62 7.07     K5III 26 0
5 HD 4118 * 00 44 00.3273731122 +42 43 53.826657147   9.18 9.08     A 4 0
6 * phi01 Cet PM* 00 44 11.4001262 -10 36 34.381635   5.773 4.767     K0III 99 0
7 HD 4730 PM* 00 49 25.6168536570 -13 33 40.568683716   6.925 5.594     K3III 48 1
8 HD 6461 HB* 01 05 25.4453647964 -12 54 12.091576956   8.43 7.67     G3V 55 0
9 * mu. Psc PM* 01 30 11.1144367 +06 08 37.757690 7.75 6.22 4.84 3.78 3.04 K3III 167 0
10 HD 236791 * 01 34 52.5071326508 +59 25 01.749535949   10.9 8.91     M3III 6 0
11 BD+44 337 * 01 38 22.8067306970 +45 39 49.926156546   9.81 8.30     K5Ib 2 0
12 HD 10598 * 01 44 14.8268035774 +43 38 53.462777193   9.98 8.52     K2III 3 0
13 HD 20038 * 03 10 26.7853051574 -58 49 40.568893775 10.16 9.74 8.91     F7wG6III 39 0
14 * omi02 Eri Fl* 04 15 16.3197260 -07 39 10.338087 5.69 5.25 4.43 3.74 3.29 K0V 739 0
15 HD 27796 * 04 24 25.4870491166 +29 01 11.407159179   9.43 7.72     M5III 15 0
16 HD 29938 * 04 42 53.8429323112 -04 07 11.484282451   8.46 8.26     A3III/IV 5 0
17 HD 30354 * 04 47 47.9311149223 +22 08 21.901146106   10.17 8.43     M5III 13 0
18 * eta Men PM* 04 55 11.2005259004 -74 56 12.676642091   6.965 5.449     K4III 34 0
19 * omi Col PM* 05 17 29.0892938 -34 53 42.744408 6.62 5.83 4.83 4.09 3.54 K1IV 77 0
20 * e Ori * 05 23 56.8276764 -07 48 29.033204 5.78 5.08 4.12 3.40 2.90 G8+III 134 0
21 * bet Lep ** 05 28 14.7231588 -20 45 33.987791 4.13 3.66 2.84 2.19 1.75 G5II-IIIa: 228 0
22 V* AK Lep BY* 05 44 26.5368916746 -22 25 18.614358408   7.09 6.15     K3 155 0
23 * bet Col PM* 05 50 57.5921991 -35 46 05.915211 5.49 4.28 3.12 2.27 1.69 K1III_CN+1 133 0
24 V* V394 Pup LP* 07 47 07.3536892316 -41 31 02.997141410   9.10 7.65     K7III 15 0
25 HD 64606 SB* 07 54 34.1796660767 -01 24 44.207014054 8.32 8.165 7.433 7.007 6.569 K0V 230 0
26 NGC 4051 Sy1 12 03 09.6098828919 +44 31 52.693714606   11.08 12.92 9.94   ~ 1973 1
27 HD 105028 V* 12 05 33.51348 +68 47 39.4905   8.44 7.37 11.7   K0III 27 0
28 M 106 Sy2 12 18 57.620 +47 18 13.39   9.14 8.41 8.11   ~ 2095 3
29 HD 107467 ** 12 21 02.4380554157 +45 30 52.974421879   8.33 7.4     G8III 13 0
30 HD 109655 * 12 35 53.0953997848 +45 46 51.502229052   8.92 7.3     K5III 24 0
31 * del Vir RG* 12 55 36.2086058 +03 23 50.893225 6.76 4.97 3.38 1.86 0.53 M3+III 255 0
32 HD 113538 PM* 13 04 57.4764463511 -52 26 34.528444847 11.733 10.433 9.057 8.202 7.418 K9Vk: 57 1
33 * bet Sct SB* 18 47 10.4626934070 -04 44 52.363891614 6.15 5.31 4.22 3.43 2.86 G4IIa 176 0
34 * alf Aql dS* 19 50 46.99855 +08 52 05.9563 1.07 0.98 0.76 0.62 0.49 A7Vn 813 0
35 HD 191408 PM* 20 11 11.9384853308 -36 06 04.353559455   5.44 5.32     K2.5V 244 1
36 HD 191408B PM* 20 11 12.2 -36 06 09           M3.5 222 1
37 * bet Ind * 20 54 48.6027789 -58 27 14.961814 6.13 4.90 3.65     K1II 67 0
38 * d Aqr PM* 21 39 33.2672082453 +02 14 36.801503843   6.136 5.100     K0III 68 0
39 * alf Aqr * 22 05 47.0359315 -00 19 11.456766 4.65 3.90 2.94 2.27 1.76 G2Ib 419 0
40 HD 210885A * 22 11 48.2288 +59 43 15.146   8.41 7.31     G8II 10 0
41 HD 210885 ** 22 11 48.231 +59 43 15.11           ~ 12 0
42 HD 235774 * 22 16 08.0574458922 +52 29 47.567177857   10.36 8.69     M4.5II-III 4 0
43 HD 212320 * 22 23 32.1522053137 -07 11 39.893279947   6.913 5.907     G8Ib/II(w) 58 0
44 * del01 Gru * 22 29 16.1748102 -43 29 44.024527 5.80 5.00 3.97 3.22 2.71 G6/8III 76 1
45 * 60 Aqr PM* 22 34 02.9136116328 -01 34 27.363827334   6.860 5.875     K0III 31 0
46 * c02 Aqr PM* 23 09 26.7968126 -21 10 20.681217 6.09 4.87 3.64 2.80 2.20 K1.5III 93 0
47 NGC 7582 GiP 23 18 23.621 -42 22 14.06 11.62 10.92 10.62     ~ 787 2
48 * 27 Psc ** 23 58 40.3770768 -03 33 21.537918   5.814 4.886     G8III 95 0

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