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J/A+A/528/A113      Synthetic lines in the Sun   (de la Cruz Rodriguez+, 2011)

Solar velocity references from 3D HD photospheric models. de la Cruz Rodriguez J., Kiselman D., Carlsson M. <Astron. Astrophys. 528, A113 (2011)> =2011A&A...528A.113D
ADC_Keywords: Sun ; Models, atmosphere ; Spectroscopy Keywords: convection - Sun: photosphere - line: formation - radiative transfer - Sun: granulation - hydrodynamics Description: We have computed synthetic spectra from a realistic 3D numerical simulation of the solar photosphere. We provide the spatially averaged spectra for selected lines that are commonly used on solar applications. These data can be used to calibrate Doppler velocity measurements in the solar photosphere. The calculations are carried out along the solar disk from heliocentric angle mu=1.0 to mu=0.3. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file c53803.dat 148 170 Spectrum of C 5380.3Å ca84980.dat 148 501 Spectrum of Ca 8498.0Å ca85421.dat 148 1501 Spectrum of Ca 8542.1Å ca86622.dat 148 486 Spectrum of Ca 8662.2Å fe52502.dat 148 170 Spectrum of Fe 5250.2Å fe52506.dat 148 170 Spectrum of Fe 5250.6Å fe55761.dat 148 170 Spectrum of Fe 5576.1Å fe60827.dat 148 170 Spectrum of Fe 6082.7Å fe63015.dat 148 170 Spectrum of Fe 6301.5Å fe63025.dat 148 170 Spectrum of Fe 6302.5Å fe70904.dat 148 170 Spectrum of Fe 7090.4Å
See also: J/ApJS/91/461 : EUV spectrum of solar active region (Thomas+, 1994) J/A+AS/113/71 : Lines in the infrared solar spectrum (Ramsauer+, 1995) J/A+AS/126/281 : Solar disk spectrum (660-1175A) (Curdt+ 1997) J/A+A/375/591 : SUMER Spectral Atlas of Solar Disk Features (Curdt+, 2001) J/ApJS/181/351 : Solar flux model in 30-1300nm wavelength range (Killen+, 2009) Byte-by-byte Description of file: *.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
2- 10 F9.1 m/s Vdop Doppler velocity (1) 12- 21 F10.5 0.1nm lambda Wavelength 23- 31 F9.4 0.1nm lambdaC Central Wavelength of the line 33- 44 E12.7 --- Nfact FTS atlas normalization factor (multiplicative) (2) 46- 57 E12.7 W/m2/Hz/sr I1.0 Intensity at mu=1.0 (2) 59- 70 E12.7 W/m2/Hz/sr I0.9 Intensity at mu=0.9 (2) 72- 83 E12.7 W/m2/Hz/sr I0.8 Intensity at mu=0.8 (2) 85- 96 E12.7 W/m2/Hz/sr I0.7 Intensity at mu=0.7 (2) 98-109 E12.7 W/m2/Hz/sr I0.6 Intensity at mu=0.6 (2) 111-122 E12.7 W/m2/Hz/sr I0.5 Intensity at mu=0.5 (2) 124-135 E12.7 W/m2/Hz/sr I0.4 Intensity at mu=0.4 (2) 137-148 E12.7 W/m2/Hz/sr I0.3 Intensity at mu=0.3 (2)
Note (1): The Doppler velocity has been computed using lambdaC as reference: Vdop=(lambda-lambdaC)*c/lambdaC. Note (2): In order to scale the µ=1.0 profile to the quiet-Sun FTS solar atlas, the intensity profile should be multiplied by Nfact. The normalization factor is fitted using the outer points of each spectrum at µ=1.0 and comparing with the same spectral region of the solar atlas.
Acknowledgements: Jaime de la Cruz Rodriguez, j.d.l.c.rodriguez(at)astro.uio.no
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 11-Jan-2011
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