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2017AcA....67..281K - Acta Astron., 67, 281-296 (2017/August-0)

Spectrophotometric Distances - Problem of Interstellar Extinction.

KRELOWSKI J., GALAZUTDINOV G.A., STROBEL A. and BONDAR A.

Abstract (from CDS):

Distances to 112 hot reddened stars in the thin Galactic disk have been estimated with different methods and, their accuracies have been compared. Also, we have applied the CaII-method to test its relation to trigonometric parallax and the spectrophotometric one. Some interstellar clouds apparently contain especially large size dust grains which cause interstellar gray (neutral) extinction. The latter does not correlate with the typical color extinction and may falsify spectrophotometric distance estimates. We conclude that CaII and TiII based method provides in many cases the most correct and reliable distance estimates to hot, bright, distant stars in the thin disk of the Milky Way - more accurate than obtained with the spectrophotometric method.

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Journal keyword(s): ISM: clouds - ISM: dust, extinction

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