Data Access 


Observing information 

The CRIRES-POP team 


Thomas Lebzelter
University of Vienna
Department of Astronomy
Türkenschanzstrasse 17
1180 Vienna / Austria
thomas.lebzelter AT


A library of high-resolution spectra in the near infrared

T. Lebzelter, A. Seifahrt, S., Ramsay, S. Bagnulo, H. Hartman, G. Hussain, H.-U. Kaeufl, M.-F. Nieva, N. Przybilla, U. Seemann, A. Smette, S. Uttenthaler, G. Wahlgren, B. Wolff

  • Usage of these data is made freely available for any non-commercial or not-for-profit purposes, but we ask that researches make reference to Lebzelter et al. (2012, A&A 539, A109).

  • Pipeline-reduced data are the result of a standardized data reduction process that cannot be tuned to individual cases. The user may wish to download the raw data to achieve better results optimized for their science case of interest. The CRIRES-POP team will provide improved data reduction products and a complete spectrum of each star from 1 to 5 mu at a later date. 

  • This page is still under construction!



The CRIRES-POP project aims to obtain a library of high-resolution, high S/N spectra from 1 to 5 µm for stars all across the HRD. The CRIRES instrument at ESO's VLT is used for this task. On this webpage the data will be made available.

NEWS: First complete spectrum to be published very soon!!


CRIRES-POP is based on observations made with ESO telescopes at the La Silla Paranal Observatory under programme ID 084.D-0912, 085.D-0161, 086.D-0066, 087.D-0195, and 088.D-0109. The CRIRES-POP team thanks the staff of the observatory for their support!

last modification: May 4 2016





































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