The Riass Coronathon: Joint X-Ray and Ultraviolet Observations of Normal F-K Stars.

Between 1990 August and 1991 January the ROSAT/IUE All Sky Survey (RIASS) coordinated pointings by the International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE) with the continuous X-ray/EUV mapping by the Roentgensatellit (ROSAT). The campaign provided an unprecedented multiwavelength view of a wide variety of cosmic sources. We report findings for F-K stars, a large proportion of the RIASS targets. Forty-eight of our 91 'Coronathon' candidates were observed by the IUE during the campaign. For stars missed by the IUE, we supplemented the ROSAT survey fluxes with archival UV spectra and/or follow-on observations.

Main Author: Ayres, Thomas R.
Other Authors: Fleming, T. A., Simon, T., Haisch, B. M., Brown, A., Lenz, D., Wamsteker, W., De Martino, D., Gonzalez, C., Bonnell, J., Mas-Hesse, J. M., Rosso, C., Schmitt, J. H. M. M., Trumper, J., Voges, W., Pye, J., Dempsey, R. C., Linsky, J. L., Guinan, E. F., Harper, G. M., Jordan, C., Montesinos, B. M., Pagando, I., Rodono, M.
Language: English
Published: 1994
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