These are the calculated best-fit values found from fitting a Normalized Gaussian plus a Polynomial.

Velocities correspond to the half width of the lines

This is the temperature required to give the observed width of the line. It assumes width is due entirely to thermal braodening.

The predicted fwhm corresponds to the fwhm predicted from a temperature of 10 million degress. Again this assumes width due to thermal broadening.

This Amplitude is the total integrated number of counts under the lines, i.e. it is proportional to the line flux.

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