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Exploring the stellar rotation of early-type stars in the LAMOST Medium-Resolution Survey. I. Catalog

@inproceedings{Sun2021ExploringTS,
  title={Exploring the stellar rotation of early-type stars in the LAMOST Medium-Resolution Survey. I. Catalog},
  author={Weijia Sun and Xiao-Wei Duan and Licai Deng and Richard de Grijs and Bo Zhang and Chao Liu},
  year={2021}
}
  • Weijia Sun, Xiao-Wei Duan, +3 authors Chao Liu
  • Published 2021
  • Physics
We derive stellar parameters and abundances (‘stellar labels’) of 40,034 late-B and A-type mainsequence stars extracted from the Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope Medium Resolution Survey (LAMOST–MRS). The primary selection of our early-type sample was obtained from LAMOST Data Release 7 based on spectral line indices. We employed the Stellar LAbel Machine (SLAM) to derive their spectroscopic stellar parameters, drawing on Kurucz spectral synthesis models with 6000 K… Expand

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