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A Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph atlas of echelle observations of the HgMn star chi Lupi

Brandt, JC; Heap, SR; Beaver, EA; Boggess, A; Carpenter, KG; Ebbets, DC; Hutchings, JB; Jura, M; Leckrone, DS and Linsky, JL, et al. (1999) In Astronomical Journal 117(3). p.1505-1548
Abstract
Observations of the ultra-sharp-lined, chemically peculiar star chi Lupi taken by the Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph in echelle mode are presented. Thirty-six intervals of the spectral region between 1249 and 2688 Angstrom are covered with resolving powers in the range 75,000-93,000. Line identifications are provided, and the observed spectra are compared with synthetic spectra calculated using the SYNTHE program and associated line lists with changes to the line lists. The significance of these spectra for the chi Lupi Pathfinder Project and the closely related atomic physics effort is discussed in a companion paper.
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atlases, stars : chemically peculiar, stars : individual (chi Lupi)
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1505 - 1548
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  abstract     = {Observations of the ultra-sharp-lined, chemically peculiar star chi Lupi taken by the Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph in echelle mode are presented. Thirty-six intervals of the spectral region between 1249 and 2688 Angstrom are covered with resolving powers in the range 75,000-93,000. Line identifications are provided, and the observed spectra are compared with synthetic spectra calculated using the SYNTHE program and associated line lists with changes to the line lists. The significance of these spectra for the chi Lupi Pathfinder Project and the closely related atomic physics effort is discussed in a companion paper.},
  author       = {Brandt, JC and Heap, SR and Beaver, EA and Boggess, A and Carpenter, KG and Ebbets, DC and Hutchings, JB and Jura, M and Leckrone, DS and Linsky, JL and Maran, SP and Savage, BD and Smith, AM and Trafton, LM and Walter, FM and Weymann, RJ and Proffitt, CR and Wahlgren, Glenn and Johansson, Sveneric and Nilsson, H and Brage, Tomas and Snow, M and Ake, TB},
  issn         = {1538-3881},
  keyword      = {atlases,stars : chemically peculiar,stars : individual (chi Lupi)},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {1505--1548},
  publisher    = {The American Astronomical Society},
  series       = {Astronomical Journal},
  title        = {A Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph atlas of echelle observations of the HgMn star chi Lupi},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/300753},
  volume       = {117},
  year         = {1999},
}