Slit-dependent quality of the telluric absorption correction of NIR-arm X-Shooter spectra.
Since the FWHM in pixels depends on the wavelength for a nearly constant spectral resolution, the FWHM is given for the centre of the full NIR-arm wavelength range, i.e. 1.74 μm (see also Sect. 4.1). For spectra taken with a K-blocking filter, which only extend up to 2.1 μm, the FWHM was corrected to be also representative of 1.74 μm.
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