EDP Sciences
Free access
Volume 383, Number 1, February III 2002
Page(s) 188 - 196
Section Formation, structure and evolution of stars
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361:20011724

A&A 383, 188-196 (2002)
DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361:20011724

A multi-epoch spectrophotometric atlas of symbiotic stars

U. Munari1, 2 and T. Zwitter3

1  Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova, Sede di Asiago, 36032 Asiago (VI), Italy
2  CISAS - Centro Inter-Dipartimentale per Studi ed Attività Spaziali, Univ. di Padova, Italy
3  University of Ljubljana, Department of Physics, Jadranska 19, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
    e-mail: tomaz.zwitter@uni-lj.si

(Received 9 October 20001 / Accepted 22 November 2001 )

A multi-epoch, absolute-fluxed spectral atlas extending from about 3200 to 9000 Å is presented for 130 symbiotic stars, including members of the LMC, SMC and Draco dwarf galaxies. The fluxes are accurate to better than 5% as shown by comparison with Tycho and ground-based photometric data. The spectra of 40 reference objects (MKK cool giant standards, Mira and Carbon stars, planetary nebulae, white dwarfs, hot sub-dwarfs, Wolf-Rayet stars, classical novae, VV Cep and Herbig Ae/Be objects) are provided to assist the interpretation of symbiotic star spectra. Astrometric positions and counterparts in astrometric catalogues are derived for all program symbiotic stars. The spectra are available in electronic form from the authors.

Key words: stars: binaries: symbiotic -- atlases

Offprint request: U. Munari, munari@astras.pd.astro.it

SIMBAD Objects
Tables at the CDS

© ESO 2002

What is OpenURL?

The OpenURL standard is a protocol for transmission of metadata describing the resource that you wish to access.

An OpenURL link contains article metadata and directs it to the OpenURL server of your choice. The OpenURL server can provide access to the resource and also offer complementary services (specific search engine, export of references...). The OpenURL link can be generated by different means.

  • If your librarian has set up your subscription with an OpenURL resolver, OpenURL links appear automatically on the abstract pages.
  • You can define your own OpenURL resolver with your EDPS Account.
    In this case your choice will be given priority over that of your library.
  • You can use an add-on for your browser (Firefox or I.E.) to display OpenURL links on a page (see http://www.openly.com/openurlref/). You should disable this module if you wish to use the OpenURL server that you or your library have defined.