Database of Geneva stellar evolution tracks and isochrones for (UBV) J (RI) C JHKLL'M, HST-WFPC2, Geneva and Washington photometric systems

  title={Database of Geneva stellar evolution tracks and isochrones for (UBV) J (RI) C JHKLL'M, HST-WFPC2, Geneva and Washington photometric systems},
  author={Thibault Lejeune and Daniel Schaerer},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
We have used an updated version of the empirically and semi-empirically calibrated B a S e L library of synthetic stellar spectra of Lejeune et al.([CITE], [CITE]) and Westera et al.([CITE]) to calculate synthetic photometry in the (UBV) J (RI) C JHKLL ′ M , HST-WFPC2, Geneva, and Washington systems for the entire set of non-rotating Geneva stellar evolution models covering masses from 0.4-0.8 to 120-150 $M_{\odot}$and metallicities $Z=0.0004$ (1/50 $Z_{\odot}$) to 0.1 (5 $Z_{\odot}$). The… 

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