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  Chromospheric Mg II h+k flux of evolved stars (Perez+, 2011)
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1.J/MNRAS/414/418/table1Physical and empirical surface fluxes of the chromospheric MgII h+k line emission of 177 cool giants and supergiants from the IUE final data archive, together with B-V, V, BC and logTeff (see Section 2) (177 rows)

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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  HD  HD number of the star (;meta.main)
  n_HD (char) [*+d ] Note (Note 1)   (meta.note)
  B-V mag B-V colour index (phot.color;em.opt.B;em.opt.V)
  V-K mag V-K colour index (phot.color;em.opt.V;em.IR.K)
  FMg 10mW/m2/nmMgII h+k chromospheric emission-line flux (in erg/cm2/s/Å) (phot.flux)
  BC.V mag Bololetric correction in V band (phot.mag.bc)
  BC.K mag Bolometric correction in K band (phot.mag.bc)
  logTe.B [K] Effective temperature from B-V (phys.temperature.effective)
  logTe.V [K] Effective temperature from V-K (phys.temperature.effective)
  logF.B [mW/m2] MgII h+k chromospheric emission-line surface flux from B-V (phot.flux)
  logF.V [mW/m2] MgII h+k chromospheric emission-line surface flux from V-K (phot.flux)
  Simbad  ask the Simbad data-base about this object
  _RA deg (i) Right Ascension (J2000) from SIMBAD (not part of the original data) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  _DE deg (i) Declination (J2000) from SIMBAD (not part of the original data) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)

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