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  Stellar atmospheric parameters in MILES library (Cenarro+, 2007)
Post annotation
1.J/MNRAS/374/664/tablea2Final atmospheric parameters of cluster stars (107 rows)

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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  Cluster (char) Cluster name (
  Star (char) Star name (;meta.main)
  Star2  (n) For NGC 7789, other designation (Cl* NGC 7789 M NNN in Simbad) (
  n_MILES (char) [*] *: stars not finally included in the MILES spectral data base (meta.note)
  MILES  (n) MILES Number (
  CaT  (n) Near-IR, CaT stellar library Number (Note G1)   (
  SpType (char) Spectral type or position in HR diagram (Note 1)   (src.spType)
  VMAG0 mag Dereddened absolute V magnitude (phys.magAbs)
  Teff K Effective temperature (phys.temperature.effective)
  r_Teff   [1/2] Reference for Teff (Note 3)   (meta.ref;pos.frame)
  logg [cm/s2] Surface gravity (Note 2)   (phys.gravity)
  [Fe/H] [Sun] Metallicity (phys.abund.Z)
  r_[Fe/H] (char) Reference for metallicity (Note 4)   (meta.ref)
  Lib (char) [L] L: stars being in common with the Lick/IDS sample (meta.note)
  SimbadName (char) Designation understandable by the Simbad data-base (
  _RA deg (n)(i) Computed Right Ascension for Equinox: J2000 (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  _DE deg (n)(i) Computed Declination for Equinox: J2000 (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)

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