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A&A
Volume 543, July 2012
Article Number A59
Number of page(s) 21
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201219110
Published online 27 June 2012

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Appendix A: Tables with photometry and SEDs

Table A.1

Ultraviolet, optical and near-IR photometry.

Table A.2

Mid-infrared photometry.

Table A.3

Sub-mm and mm photometry for a sub-sample of stars.

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SEDs of the stars in the sample. Triangles are photometric upper limits. For each panel, the best fit is the black-solid line and the models fitting with are the grey-solid lines, where n is the number of datapoints per star (see Robitaille et al. 2007). The best stellar (de-redenned) photosphere is indicated with a dashed line.

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Subsample of stars with fluxes available at λ  ≥  0.35 mm (log ν [GHz]  ≤  2.9, see Table A.3). The best graybody fits yielding the indicated values for tD and β are shown. Fluxes at λ ≤ 2.0 mm (log ν [GHz]  ≥  2.1) are weighted stronger in the fits.

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