|LAMOST Observations in the Kepler Field. II. Database of the Low-resolution Spectra from the Five-year Regular Survey
||We have derived atmospheric parameters (logg,Teff and[Fe/H]) and heliocentric radial velocity (RV) for 173 971 spectra of 126 172 stars from the LAMOST-Kelpler project. 76 283 targets are observed both by LAMOST and Kepler telescopes, which corresponds to a fraction of about 40% stars with Kepler photometry.
||Weikai Zong, Jian-Ning Fu, et al., ApJS,2018,238,30Z 2018ApJS.238.30Z
|Abundance Estimates for 16 Elements in 6 Million Stars from LAMOST DR5 Low-Resolution Spectra
||Stellar parameters and elemental abundances (C, N, O, Na, Mg, Al, Si, Ca, Ti, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Ba) derived with the data-driven Payne (DD-Payne) for 6 million stars from LAMOST DR5 low-resolution spectra.
||DDPayne_recommend.fits DDPayne_supplement_scaleAPOGEE.fits.gz DDPayne_supplement_scaleGALAHDR2.fits.gz
||Maosheng Xiang, Yuan-Sen Ting, et al., ApJS,245,34X 2019ApJS.245.34X
|Measure the distance and extinction for stars in LAMOST survey with Bayesian method
||Distance and extinction measurement for LAMOST DR5 data set using the method of Wang et al. (2016, MNRAS, 456, 672)
||Wang, Jianling; Shi, Jianrong, et al., MNRAS,2016, 456,672 2016MNRAS.456.672W
|Value-added Catalogs of M-type Stars in LAMOST DR5
||The complete catalogs of M giant and M dwarf stars from LAMOST DR5, including 39 796 M gaints and 501 152 M dwarfs. The contamination rate are about 4.6% for M giants and 0.48% for M dwarfs.
||Zhong, Jing; Li, Jing, et al., ApJS,2019, 244,8Z 2019ApJS.244..8Z
|Exploring open cluster properties with Gaia and LAMOST
||The properties catalog of 295 open clusters and the spectroscopic parameters catalog of 8811 member stars.
||Jing Zhong; Li Chen, et al.,2020,accepted arxiv2006.06929