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Revision of Stellar Intrinsic Colors in the Infrared by Spectroscopic Surveys

更新时间:2017-05-22 16:01:53点击次数:965次字号:T|T
Jian M., Gao S., Zhao H. & Jiang B.

Intrinsic colors of normal stars are derived in the popularly used infrared bands involving the Two Micron All-Sky Survey/JHKS, Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, Spitzer/IRAC, and AKARI/S9W filters. Based on three spectroscopic surveys—LAMOST, RAVE, and APOGEE, stars are classified into groups of giants and dwarfs, as well as metal-normal and metal-poor stars. An empirical analytical relation of the intrinsic color is obtained with stellar effective temperature {T}{eff} for each group of stars after the zero-reddening stars are selected from the blue edge in the J-λ versus {T}{eff} diagram. It is found that metallicity has little effect on the infrared colors. In the near-infrared bands, our results agree with previous work. In addition, the color indexes H-W2 and {K}S-W1, which are taken as constant to calculate interstellar extinction, are discussed. The intrinsic colors of M-type stars are derived separately due to the lack of accurate measurement of their effective temperature.

AJ, 2017, 153, 5 (编辑:admin)