A beta version of the next release of the atomic line list can be found here. This version includes elements up to krypton and also many new data sources.
When attempting to identify an observed line usually many possible candidates can be found in this list. In order to facilitate narrowing down the number of possible identifications a selection tool is presented which allows imposing, apart from the wavelength, several additional criteria.
The following documentation is available:
The author kindly thanks the following persons (in alphabetical order) who supplied data compiled in this list:
M.A. Bautista, S.N. Nahar, M.J. Seaton, D.A. Verner.
|The line data for C II, III and IV have been extended.|
|The line data for chlorine and argon is complete now.|
|The transition probabilities for Ne I calculated by Seaton have been included.|
|Transition probabilities calculated using the Coulomb approximation have been added for the helium, lithium, sodium and potassium iso-electronic sequences.|
The Atomic Line List is hosted by the
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Kentucky
and is maintained by
Peter van Hoof
Royal Observatory of Belgium