POLLUX is a stellar spectra database proposing access to theoretical data. It mainly provides high resolution stellar synthetic spectra in the optical, the infrared and the ultraviolet spectral domains based on state-of-the-art 1-D (ATLAS, CMFGEN, MARCS, PHOENIX) and 3-D (STAGGER) radiative transfer codes, and performant spectral synthesis codes (SYNSPEC48, CMF_FLUX, TURBOSPECTRUM, PHOENIX, OPTIM3D). Spectral types from O to M are represented fo a large set of parameters: Teff, logg, [Fe/H], [alpha/Fe], specific abundances. Spectral energy distributions are also made available for early spectral types (O and B type stars).
All Pollux data are distributed under the CC-BY 4.0 license.
When using POLLUX data for scientific publication, please quote the reference:
Palacios A., Gebran M., Josselin E., Martins F., Plez B., Belmas M., Lèbre A., 2010, A&A 516, A13
and mention the following sentence:
This research was achieved using the POLLUX database (pollux.oreme.org) operated at LUPM (Université de Montpellier - CNRS, France) with the support of the PNPS and INSU