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HST/GHRS Observations of the HgMn star chi Lupi
A major, eight-year investigation of the extraordinarily detailed ultraviolet
spectrum of the sharp-lined, non-magnetic, main-sequence chemically peculiar
star chi Lupi (B9.5pHgMn + A2Vm) was undertaken as a GHRS GTO team
project. The UV observations are comprised of 345 Å of the spectrum
acquired with the Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph on board the
HST, at an average resolution of 0.023 Å. The major results
of this program are summarized in
Leckrone et al. (1999), and the complete set
of echelle spectrograms is presented as an atlas in
Brandt et al. (1999).
We present here an online version of our reduced data, as well as the synthetic
spectra and line identification lists used to produce the figures in Brandt et
al. (1999). We anticipate that this atlas will be a useful resource for both
astrophysicists and atomic physicists and will serve as a roadmap for future
UV spectroscopy of late-B and early-A stars.
The data presented here were published in the Astronomical Journal.
and appears with the permission of the American Astronomical Society and the
author cited above. Reuse or redistribution of these data is subject to the
policies of the American Astronomical Society.