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JD 16 – Spectroscopy With Large Telescopes of Chemically Peculiar Stars: Preface

  • M. Takada-Hidai (a1) and J. Zverko (a2)

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The Keck 10-m telescope has begun to produce many new findings in a field of stellar spectroscopy with the help of the High Resolution Spectrograph (HIRES). The other large telescopes such as the Subaru, VLT, and Gemini are now being constructed and expected to perform high-resolution spectroscopy in a near future within several years or so. These highresolution spectroscopic studies will be carried out based on studies which have been made mainly with existing telescopes with aperture smaller than 4 m.

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