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2010A&A...514A..97L - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 514, A97-97 (2010/5-1)

A high-resolution spectroscopic survey of late-type stars: chromospheric activity, rotation, kinematics, and age.

LOPEZ-SANTIAGO J., MONTES D., GALVEZ-ORTIZ M.C., CRESPO-CHACON I., MARTINEZ-ARNAIZ R.M., FERNANDEZ-FIGUEROA M.J., DE CASTRO E. and CORNIDE M.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present a compilation of spectroscopic data from a survey of 144 chromospherically active young stars in the solar neighborhood, which may be used to investigate different aspects of its formation and evolution in terms of kinematics and stellar formation history. The data have already been used by us in several studies. With this paper, we make all these data accessible to the scientific community for future studies on different topics. We performed spectroscopic observations with echelle spectrographs to cover the entirety of the optical spectral range simultaneously. Standard data reduction was performed with the IRAF echelle package. We applied the spectral subtraction technique to reveal chromospheric emission in the stars of the sample. The equivalent width of chromospheric emission lines was measured in the subtracted spectra and then converted to fluxes using equivalent width-flux relationships. Radial and rotational velocities were determined by the cross-correlation technique. Kinematics, equivalent widths of the lithium line λ6707.8Å and spectral types were also determined. A catalog of spectroscopic data is compiled: radial and rotational velocities, space motion, equivalent widths of optical chromospheric activity indicators from CaII H & K to the calcium infrared triplet and the lithium line in λ6708Å. Fluxes in the chromospheric emission lines and R'HK are also determined for each observation of a star in the sample. We used these data to investigate the emission levels of our stars. The study of the Hα emission line revealed two different populations of chromospheric emitters in the sample, clearly separated in the logF/Fbol-(V-J) diagram. The dichotomy may be associated with the age of the stars.

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Journal keyword(s): Galaxy: stellar content - solar neighborhood - stars: late-type - stars: activity - stars: chromospheres

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/514/A97): tablea1.dat stars.dat tablea2.dat tablea3.dat tablea4.dat sp/*>

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