Accurate fundamental parameters for lower main‐sequence stars

@article{Casagrande2006AccurateFP,
  title={Accurate fundamental parameters for lower main‐sequence stars},
  author={Luca Casagrande and Laura Portinari and Chris Flynn},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={373},
  pages={13-44}
}
We derive an empirical effective temperature and bolometric luminosity calibration for G and K dwarfs, by applying our own implementation of the Infrared Flux Method to multiband photometry. Our study is based on 104 stars for which we have excellent BV(RI)CJHKS photometry, excellent parallaxes and good metallicities. Colours computed from the most recent synthetic libraries (ATLAS9 and MARCS) are found to be in good agreement with the empirical colours in the optical bands, but some… 
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