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Automatic stellar spectral parameterization pipeline for LAMOST survey

  • Yue Wu (a1), Bing Du (a1), Ali Luo (a1), Yongheng Zhao (a1) and Hailong Yuan (a1)...

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The Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) project performed its five year formal survey since Sep. 2012, already fulfilled the pilot survey and the 1st two years general survey with an output - spectroscopic data archive containing more than 4.1 million observations. One of the scientific objectives of the project is for better understanding the structure and evolution of the Milky Way. Thus, credible derivation of the physical properties of the stars plays a key role for the exploration. We developed and implemented the LAMOST stellar parameter pipeline (LASP) which can automatically determine the fundamental stellar atmospheric parameters (effective temperature Teff, surface gravity log g, metallicity [Fe/H], radial velocity Vr) for late A, FGK type stars observed during the survey. An overview of the LASP, including the strategy, the algorithm and the process is presented in this work.

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Automatic stellar spectral parameterization pipeline for LAMOST survey

  • Yue Wu (a1), Bing Du (a1), Ali Luo (a1), Yongheng Zhao (a1) and Hailong Yuan (a1)...

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