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Characterizing stellar parameters from high-resolution spectra of main sequence cool stars. I. The G2V-K2V stars

Abstract : The goal of the present study is to construct, test, and validate a high-resolution synthetic spectral library using PHOENIX model atmospheres and develop a reliable tool to estimate stellar parameters from high-resolution optical and/or near-infrared spectra of M dwarfs. We report here the preliminary results of tests characterizing main sequence G-K stars from high-resolution spectra. We anchored the atomic line-list using the stellar standards Sun, ξ Boo A, and ɛ Eri to ensure the synthetic spectra computed with PHOENIX reproduce their observed counterparts. These stars were chosen because their parameters are very well characterized, and on which the absolute accuracy of our method depends on.
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Logithan Kulenthirarajah, Jean-François Donati, Gaitee Hussain, Julien Morin, France Allard. Characterizing stellar parameters from high-resolution spectra of main sequence cool stars. I. The G2V-K2V stars. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Oxford Journals, 2019, ⟨10.1093/mnras/stz1270⟩. ⟨hal-03024338⟩

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