2013A&A...558A..38M


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2013A&A...558A..38M - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 558A, 38-38 (2013/10-1)

FAMA: an automatic code for stellar parameter and abundance determination.

MAGRINI L., RANDICH S., FRIEL E., SPINA L., JACOBSON H., CANTAT-GAUDIN T., DONATI P., BAGLIONI R., MAIORCA E., BRAGAGLIA A., SORDO R. and VALLENARI A.

Abstract (from CDS):

The large amount of spectra obtained during the epoch of extensive spectroscopic surveys of Galactic stars needs the development of automatic procedures to derive their atmospheric parameters and individual element abundances. Starting from the widely-used code MOOG by C. Sneden, we have developed a new procedure to determine atmospheric parameters and abundances in a fully automatic way. The code FAMA (Fast Automatic MOOG Analysis) is presented describing its approach to derive atmospheric stellar parameters and element abundances. The code, freely distributed, is written in Perl and can be used on different platforms. The aim of FAMA is to render the computation of the atmospheric parameters and abundances of a large number of stars using measurements of equivalent widths (EWs) as automatic and as independent of any subjective approach as possible. It is based on the simultaneous search for three equilibria: excitation equilibrium, ionization balance, and the relationship between logn(FeI) and the reduced EWs. FAMA also evaluates the statistical errors on individual element abundances and errors due to the uncertainties in the stellar parameters. The convergence criteria are not fixed ``a priori'' but are based on the quality of the spectra. In this paper we present tests performed on the solar spectrum EWs that assess the method's dependency on the initial parameters and we analyze a sample of stars observed in Galactic open and globular clusters.

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Journal keyword(s): methods: data analysis - techniques: spectroscopic - stars: abundances - Galaxy: abundances - surveys - open clusters and associations: general

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/558/A38): FAMAv1.tar>

Simbad objects: 57

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Number of rows : 57

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 2MASS J00241686-7211496 RG* 00 24 16.8790438774 -72 11 49.579450346   13.654 12.272     ~ 9 0
2 2MASS J00251328-7207506 RG* 00 25 13.2909969287 -72 07 50.481380873   13.813 12.553     ~ 13 0
3 Cl* NGC 188 PKM 532 * 00 31 15.3113106383 +85 30 59.970743862   22.425 20.811     ~ 3 0
4 Cl* NGC 188 PKM 747 * 00 39 24.0445798387 +85 45 58.745203768   20.097 18.630     ~ 3 0
5 Cl* NGC 188 PKM 919 * 00 43 22.2905663339 +85 42 51.395510251   16.920 16.232     ~ 6 0
6 Cl* NGC 188 PKM 1224 * 00 46 51.6072110590 +85 41 57.502224721   19.238 18.316     ~ 3 0
7 NGC 188 OpC 00 48 26 +85 15.3           ~ 813 0
8 NGC 1193 OpC 03 05 56.0 +44 23 00     12.6     ~ 66 0
9 Cl* NGC 1193 KAL 282 * 03 05 57.6097896720 +44 22 42.414371859   15.38 14.29 14.35   ~ 10 0
10 Cl* Berkeley 18 K 1383 * 05 22 10.70 +45 28 49.4   16.82 15.07   13.13 ~ 6 0
11 Cl* Berkeley 18 K 1163 * 05 22 13.80 +45 27 58.9   17.42 15.79   13.93 ~ 6 0
12 Cl King 22 OpC 05 22 24 +45 24.3           ~ 48 0
13 Cl Berkeley 21 OpC 05 51 42 +21 47.0   12.26 11.1     ~ 90 0
14 Cl Berkeley 21 50 * 05 51 42.0101268417 +21 48 49.809400483   17.578 15.873     ~ 12 0
15 Cl* Berkeley 21 TPM 51 * 05 51 42.04 +21 48 03.1   17.395 15.694   13.63 ~ 8 0
16 Cl Berkeley 22 OpC 05 58.4 +07 50           ~ 63 0
17 Cl* Berkeley 22 K 414 * 05 58 25.90 +07 46 11.4   17.636 15.762   13.738 ~ 8 0
18 Cl* Berkeley 22 K 643 * 05 58 26.90 +07 45 26.1   16.599 14.313   11.662 ~ 7 0
19 Cl Berkeley 31 OpC 06 57 36 +08 16.0           ~ 94 0
20 Cl* Berkeley 32 KM 4 * 06 58 03.1682290107 +06 24 22.201465134 15.471 13.817 12.324   10.773 ~ 13 0
21 Cl* Berkeley 32 KM 2 * 06 58 03.3901521826 +06 26 49.873746868 15.442 13.733 12.201     ~ 12 0
22 Cl Berkeley 32 OpC 06 58 06 +06 26.0           ~ 106 0
23 Cl* Berkeley 32 KM 16 * 06 58 06.945 +06 25 56.45 15.393 14.670 13.611   12.478 ~ 11 0
24 Cl* Berkeley 32 KM 18 * 06 58 13.7543991236 +06 27 54.868346776 15.536 14.768 13.713   12.550 ~ 16 0
25 Cl Berkeley 39 OpC 07 46 42 -04 36.0           ~ 152 1
26 Cl* Berkeley 39 KR 5 * 07 46 47.6010997133 -04 39 56.256808655   15.286 13.995   12.500 ~ 14 0
27 Cl* Berkeley 39 KUBVI 1139 * 07 46 54.1492473613 -04 38 58.223901036   15.489 14.359   13.113 ~ 12 0
28 NGC 2682 105 RG* 08 51 17.0998688216 +11 48 16.177322855   11.554 10.316 9.942 9.07 K2III 122 0
29 NGC 2682 OpC 08 51 18 +11 48.0           ~ 2032 0
30 NGC 2682 141 RG* 08 51 22.8037504415 +11 48 01.780643224   11.570 10.346 10.180 9.40 ~ 119 0
31 BD+12 1926 RG* 08 51 29.9056917233 +11 47 16.877217672   11.004 9.555 9.360 8.36 K3III 124 0
32 2MASS J16233142-2633110 RG* 16 23 31.4246833576 -26 33 11.112841687 14.67 13.259 11.744   9.982 ~ 17 0
33 M 4 GlC 16 23 35.22 -26 31 32.7           ~ 1676 0
34 2MASS J16234879-2635093 RG* 16 23 48.7980557407 -26 35 09.188087278   13.219 11.691   9.909 ~ 11 0
35 Cl* NGC 6192 MMU 137 ** 16 40 11.4165356550 -43 24 00.783455196   12.981 11.223   9.465 G9III 11 0
36 Cl* NGC 6192 MMU 96 SB* 16 40 16.4598602973 -43 22 37.609513616   12.808 11.306   9.804 G2III 12 0
37 NGC 6192 OpC 16 40 23 -43 22.0     8.5     ~ 66 0
38 CD-43 10987 * 16 40 24.2112151707 -43 20 07.892882324   13.288 11.743   10.197 ~ 12 0
39 CD-43 10991 * 16 40 40.8093678329 -43 22 59.430407358   12.93 11.40   9.92 ~ 11 0
40 2MASS J16570550-0408364 RG* 16 57 05.5160161237 -04 08 36.448355139   14.2397 12.8859   11.38 ~ 12 0
41 M 10 GlC 16 57 09.05 -04 06 01.1     4.98     ~ 683 0
42 Cl* NGC 6254 BARN 19 RG* 16 57 12.2796492885 -04 05 33.285115464   14.2063 12.8685   11.3378 ~ 7 0
43 [CMC2005] NGC 6404 5 * 17 39 30.8661406499 -33 14 52.111588528     12.350   9.971 ~ 6 0
44 [CMC2005] NGC 6404 40 * 17 39 37.2345345768 -33 14 10.004909626     14.090   11.672 ~ 6 0
45 NGC 6404 OpC 17 39 40 -33 14.0     10.6     ~ 31 0
46 [CMC2005] NGC 6404 27 * 17 39 43.4543819991 -33 15 13.830319488     13.670   11.237 ~ 6 0
47 [CMC2005] NGC 6404 16 * 17 39 43.5374734311 -33 14 06.530752060     13.420   10.975 ~ 6 0
48 NGC 6397 GlC 17 40 42.09 -53 40 27.6   7.39 5.17     ~ 1798 1
49 NGC 6583 OpC 18 15 49 -22 08.0     10.0     ~ 46 0
50 [CMC2005] NGC 6583 46 * 18 15 51.1274089519 -22 07 26.314614825     14.100   12.517 ~ 6 0
51 [CMC2005] NGC 6583 62 * 18 15 51.2335332882 -22 08 28.035353745     14.270   12.618 ~ 6 0
52 2MASS J21295311+1212310 RG* 21 29 53.1137680955 +12 12 31.074619097   14.887 13.778     ~ 29 0
53 NGC 7078 341 RG* 21 29 54.9257047366 +12 13 22.480949170   13.72 12.54   11.22 ~ 46 0
54 M 15 GlC 21 29 58.33 +12 10 01.2   3       ~ 2907 0
55 NAME PWM 4 OpC 23 50 53 +62 19.4           ~ 17 0
56 Cl* Berkeley 39 KR 3 * ~ ~   14.90 13.55     ~ 11 0
57 NAME Galactic Bulge reg ~ ~           ~ 3387 0

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