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Table 1

Stellar sample of deep PEPSI spectra.

Star M-K Combined S/Na N spectrab
class I/404 II/450 III/508 IV/584 V/685 VI/825
Giants
32 Gem A9 III 100 260 350 470 480 420 222 222
HD 140283 F3 IV 110 210 300 460 480 660 222 224
HD 122563 F8 IV 100 240 400 770 740 750 222 224
η Boo G0 IV 610 980 1400 1700 2180 1660 233 36(10)
ζ Her G0 IV 730 240 570 640 1470 2040 286 56(14)
delta CrB G3.5 III 210 360 500 740 790 1050 122 223
μ Her G5 IV 520 870 990 1500 1630 1730 28(13) 8(10)(13)
β Boo G8 III 500 710 1020 1310 1710 1800 3(10)(10) (10)(10)(14)
ϵ Vir G8 III 330 130 220 450 730 1970 363 33(11)
β Gem K0 IIIb 400 630 1310 1850 2480 2750 693 83(11)
HD 107328 K0 IIIb 150 430 630 1110 1240 1700 343 436
α UMa K0 III 330 180 290 640 900 1600 363 339
α Ari K1 IIIb 680 530 640 1630 1250 1400 366 866
α Boo K1.5 III 500 1500 1990 3000 5780 4330 6(14)4 7(46)(17)
7 Psc K2 III 170 470 840 1030 1470 1550 233 334
μ Leo K2 III 260 430 750 940 1400 1850 234 34(16)
γ Aql K3 II 180 500 840 1000 1460 1540 2(11)5 56(11)
β UMi K4 III 200 270 510 750 1140 2100 433 33(12)
α Tau K5 III 550 1280 1920 2680 3100 3480 3(11)8 (12)8(10)
μ UMa M0 III 190 240 520 910 1260 2200 396 76(15)
γ Sge M0 III 240 100 380 670 1340 2710 2(13)9 9(10)(17)
α Cet M1.5 IIIa 300 280 820 1830 1680 1170 326 962
Dwarfs
α CMa A1 V 800 590 720 740 620 420 111 111
HD 84937 F2 V 20 110 170 230 250 200 352 523
σ Boo F4 V 490 190 370 420 860 1490 4(10)5 45(18)
HD 49933 F5 V–IV 220 390 670 740 920 620 126 262
α CMi F5 V–IV 500 410 610 1040 1550 1600 5(12)6 66(14)
θ UMa F7 V 550 240 430 660 1110 1670 4(14)8 88(20)
β Vir F9 V 250 90 150 330 440 1220 273 43(10)
HD 22879 F9 V 180 290 260 540 380 780 121 211
HD 189333 F9 V 25 130 225 170 290 270 111 111
HD 159222 G1 V 170 340 450 580 710 800 232 323
16 Cyg A G1.5 V 100 250 400 530 650 600 122 223
HD 101364 G2 V 40 180 300 350 470 410 336 363
HD 82943 G2 V 35 180 260 340 390 330 322 223
18 Sco G2 V 240 310 590 1040 1300 850 433 773
51 Peg G2.5 V 330 710 980 1120 1410 1360 344 445
16 Cyg B G3 V 180 340 430 700 1110 810 222 263
70 Vir G4 V–IV 250 450 700 910 1160 1340 222 224
μ Cas G5 V 220 400 670 760 980 1000 122 222
HD 103095 G8 V 100 270 450 670 700 740 233 433
τ Cet G8.5 V 420 820 1200 1650 1910 1570 566 896
ϵ Eri K2 V 410 940 1350 1800 2100 1950 156 565
HD 192263 K2 V 70 200 310 400 590 530 122 222
HD 128311 K3 V 20 120 190 290 350 430 322 223
HD 82106 K3 V 10 75 250 240 480 360 213 132
61 Cyg A K5 V 105 490 690 990 1350 1080 124 354
61 Cyg B K7 V 70 200 400 540 850 980 122 224

Notes. (a) S/N per pixel at the continuum is given for all cross dispersers (CD, roman number) at the respective central wavelengths. For example, for CD I the central wavelength is 404 nm. (b) N denotes the number of individual exposures per cross disperser, for example “222 222” means two exposures in all six cross dispersers (a parenthesis is used if the number of spectra reached two digits). Note that if the LBT is used, then one exposure means two simultaneous individual spectra (one from each telescope).

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