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Spectral classification at ultra-low dispersion

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We demonstrate here the possibility of using very low dispersion (10000 Å mm−1) slitless spectroscopy of stars for a fairly accurate spectral classification. The technique is shown to be very useful in studies of star clusters.

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Rajamohan, R. Spectral classification at ultra-low dispersion. Astrophys Space Sci 106, 173–179 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00653924

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  • Spectroscopy
  • Star Cluster
  • Spectral Classification
  • Slitless Spectroscopy