RAVE DR2 distance catalogue (Breddels+, 2010)

M. A. Breddels, M. C. Smith, A. Helmi, O. Bienayme, J. Binney, J. Bland-Hawthorn, C. Boeche, B. C. M. Burnett, R. Campbell, K. C. Freeman, B. Gibson, G. Gilmore, E. K. Grebel, U. Munari, J. F. Navarro, Q. A. Parker, G. M. Seabroke, A. Siebert, A. Siviero, M. SteinmetzF. G. Watson, M. Williams, R. F. G. Wyse, T. Zwitter

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Abstract

We used stellar models combined with atmospheric properties from RAVE (effective temperature, surface gravity and metallicity) and (J-Ks) photometry from archival sources to derive absolute magnitudes. In combination with apparent magnitudes, sky coordinates, proper motions from a variety of sources and radial velocities from RAVE, we are able
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)19090
Number of pages1
JournalVizieR On-line Data Catalog
Volume351
Publication statusPublished - Jun-2010

Keywords

  • Surveys
  • Radial velocities
  • Milky Way
  • Stars: distances

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