A Spectroscopic Catalog of the Brightest (J<9) M Dwarfs in the Northern Sky

@article{Lpine2013ASC,
  title={A Spectroscopic Catalog of the Brightest (J<9) M Dwarfs in the Northern Sky},
  author={S{\'e}bastien L{\'e}pine and Eric J. Hilton and Andrew W. Mann and Matthew C. Wilde and B{\'a}rbara Rojas-Ayala and Kelle L. Cruz and Eric Gaidos},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={145},
  pages={102}
}
We present a spectroscopic catalog of the 1564 brightest (J 40 mas yr{sup -1}) proper motion limit and high level of completeness of the SUPERBLINK catalog in that magnitude range, we estimate that our spectroscopic census most likely includes >90% of all existing, northern-sky M dwarfs with apparent magnitude J < 9. Only 682 stars in our sample are listed in the Third Catalog of Nearby Stars (CNS3); most others are relative unknowns and have spectroscopic data presented here for the first time… 
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