FGK 22 μm excess stars in LAMOST DR2 stellar catalog

@article{Wu2016FGK2,
  title={FGK 22 $\mu$m excess stars in LAMOST DR2 stellar catalog},
  author={Chaojian Wu and Hong Wu and Kang Liu and Tanda Li and Ming Yang and Man I. Lam and Fan Yang and Yue-liang Wu and Yong Zhang and Yong-Hui Hou and Guangwei Li},
  journal={Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={102}
}
Since the release of the Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope(LAMOST)catalog, we have had the opportunity to use the LAMOST DR2 stellar catalog and the WISE All-Sky Data Release catalog to search for 22 μm excess candidates. In this paper, we present 10 FGK candidates which show an excess in the infrared at 22 μm. All the 10 sources are newly identified 22 μm excess candidates.Of these 10 stars, five stars are F type and five stars are G type. The criterion for selecting… Expand

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