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NIST Laboratory Program on Atomic Spectroscopic Data for Astronomy

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Author(s)

William C. Martin, G R. Dalton, Jeffrey R. Fuhr, Daniel E. Kelleher, Alexander Kramida, Peter J. Mohr, Arlene Musgrove, Joseph Reader, Edward B. Saloman, Craig J. Sansonetti, J Sugar, G G. Wiersma, Wolfgang L. Wiese, D Zucker, J Blaise, J -. Wyart, G Eichorn, C S. Grant
Citation
Astron Soc Pacific Conf Series
Volume
81

Citation

Martin, W. , Dalton, G. , Fuhr, J. , Kelleher, D. , Kramida, A. , Mohr, P. , Musgrove, A. , Reader, J. , Saloman, E. , Sansonetti, C. , Sugar, J. , Wiersma, G. , Wiese, W. , Zucker, D. , Blaise, J. , Wyart, J. , Eichorn, G. and Grant, C. (1995), NIST Laboratory Program on Atomic Spectroscopic Data for Astronomy, Astron Soc Pacific Conf Series (Accessed May 28, 2024)

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Created January 1, 1995, Updated February 17, 2017