Additional databases maintained at CfA

Kurucz Atomic Linelist: data from Kurucz CD-ROM 18 and 23

other Kurucz data (maintained by R. L. Kurucz)

KELLY: Atomic and Ionic UV/VUV Linelist

ATOMDB: Chanda X-Ray Center atomic database for X-ray plasma spectral modelling. Line ID tool (also lists information about selected atomic transitions)

CfA Molecular Data: VUV cross sections, energy levels and wavelengths (ASCII files)

Links to some external databases

N2 photoabsorption cross sections in the vacuum ultraviolet
The Atomic Line List "A compilation of approximately 1.71 million allowed, intercombination and forbidden atomic transitions with wavelengths in the range from 0.6 Angstrom to 1000 micrometer." See also v2.04 , which contains about 923,000 transitions.
Virtual Planetary Laboratory Spectral databases and tools. "an assortment of stellar spectra of interest to planetary modelers, model-generated planetary spectra of Earth, and a collection of line lists and absorption cross-sections for molecules of relevance to planetary atmospheres and biosignatures."
NIST Critically Compiled Atomic Data
Tübingen Oscillator Strengths Service Form Interface part of the activities of the German Astrophysical Virtual Observatory
GENIE A General Internet Search Engine for Atomic Data
VAMDC Consortium is a "consortium of databases and services providers that has built a unified, secure, documented, flexible, and interoperable e-science environment-based interface to its members A+M databases."
ExoMol database of molecular line lists for atmospheric models of exoplanets, brown dwarfs, and cool stars.
KIDA is a database of kinetic data of interest for astrochemical (interstellar medium and planetary atmospheres) studies.
Molecular Opacity Project Database of The University of Georgia
splatalogue database for astronomical spectroscopy.
Weizmann Institute of Science Plasma Laboratory: Atomic Database Database
     links to TOPbase, IAEA AMDIS ALADIN database, NIFS, meetings, and much more
universal atomic Database (uaDB). A repository of atomic physics quantities needed for astrophysics.
MPI-Mainz-UV-VIS Spectral Atlas is a comprehensive collection of absorption cross sections for gaseous molecules and radicals, primarily relevant to atmospheric research, from measurements performed during the last ten decades.
Charlotte Froese Fischer and collaborators MCHF/MCDHF Collection
Dept. Physics & Astronomy, U. Kentucky, Atomic Data for Astrophysics.
UMIST Database for AstroChemistry
CHIANTI atomic database package for astrophysical emission line spectroscopy.
VSTAR Project. Molecular line data for modeling planetary and cool star atmospheres.
Observatoire de Paris, Meudon PMO Atomic & Molecular Database
KAERI Atomic and Molecular Optical Database System (DOWN)
Database on Rare Earths At Mons University (DREAM)
Ohio State NORAD (Nahar OSU Radiative Data)
Database RTAM at Department of Chemistry, University of Helsinki, by Pekka Pyykko. Bibliography of Relativistic Theory of Atoms and Molecules I-III.
XAFS Publication Database Search Form
NASA ADC list of atomic and molecular data files
ShimPlotWell A fast, uncomplicated nuclear cross section plotter (NIFS)
LEVEL 5 A Knowledgebase for Extragalactic Astronomy and Cosmology

Creation of this page was supported in part by NASA Contract NAS 5-32587 and
NASA Grant NAG 5-3020 to Harvard University.
Also supported by, in part, NASA Grant NAG 5-12668 to the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (through 2007).
Created and maintained through 2009 by Peter Smith, now retired.