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Paper: CRIRES–POP: A Library of Observed High–Resolution Spectra in the Near Infrared
Volume: 445, Why Galaxies Care about AGB Stars II: Shining Examples and Common Inhabitants
Page: 623
Authors: Lebzelter, T.; Seifahrt, A.; Ramsay, S.; Almeida, P.; Bagnulo, S.; Hartman, H.; Hussain, G.; Käufl, H.-U.; Nieva, M. F.; Przybilla, N.; Seemann, U.; Smette, A.; Uttenthaler, S.; Wahlgren, G.; Wolff, B.
Abstract: New instrumental capabilities and the wealth of astrophysical information extractable from the near-infrared (NIR) wavelength region has led to a growing interest in the field of high-resolution spectroscopy at 1–5 μm. To fully utilize this part of the spectrum, detailed knowledge of the resident spectral features is necessary. Here we report on our ongoing project of obtaining a high-resolution, high S/N library of near infrared spectra between 1 and 5 μm using the CRIRES spectrograph at the VLT. The library, which will include main-sequence and evolved stars, will be made completely public.
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