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Raw data: link to the corresponding files in the ESO archive. Typically you can download the raw data in this way. It is also a way to get a quick overview on the obtained wavelength settings and the observing conditions.
tar-files. Download by right-click on the link. Note: File size can exceed
10MB! The data are in the standard CRIRES format, i.e. the fits file
includes four binary tables with the data from the four detectors,
respectively. If you are not familiar with this data format, you might
find some help here
Disclaimer: Pipeline reduced data are the direct output of the ESO CRIRES pipeline with no special treatment of the data. These data DO NOT represent the quality of the final library spectra in terms of wavelength calibration and S/N ratio and are not corrected for telluric lines.
Final reduction: Here we will make our final data product available for download. It will be in ASCII format. A special mark will indicate when a complete wavelength band is available. Our aim is to provide high quality data, thus please understand that the data reduction takes some time. For the moment we publish a first small test set of finally reduced data from Lebzelter et al. (2012). Please download them via this link (information on the file structure is available here ).
UVES-POP data: where available we give a link to a plot of the corresponding data from the UVES-POP archive.
Missing data will be added soon. Please excuse the delay.
last modification: May 2 2013
please report any problems to thomas.lebzelter*AT*univie.ac.at
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