LAMOST observations in the Kepler field. Database of low-resolution spectra

  title={LAMOST observations in the Kepler field. Database of low-resolution spectra},
  author={Peter De Cat and J. N. Fu and An Bing Ren and X. H. Yang and J. R. Shi and Ali Luo and M. J. Yang and Jian Li Wang and Heng Zhang and H. M. Shi and W. J. Zhang and Subo Dong and G. Catanzaro and Christopher J. Corbally and A. Frasca and R. O. Gray and J. Molenda-Żakowicz and Katrien Uytterhoeven and Maryline Briquet and Hans Bruntt and S{\o}ren Frandsen and L{\'a}szl{\'o} L. Kiss and Donald W. Kurtz and Marcella Marconi and Ewa Niemczura and R. H. Oestensen and Vincenzo Ripepi and Barry Smalley and John Southworth and R{\'o}bert Szab{\'o} and John H. Telting and Christoffer Karoff and V{\'i}ctor Silva Aguirre and Yabo Wu and Yong-Hui Hou and Ge Jin and X. L. Zhou},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  • P. D. Cat, J. Fu, +34 authors X. Zhou
  • Published 26 August 2015
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
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