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Spectral Evolution and Line Strength Indices in the UV

  • Bruzual A. Gustavo
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Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings book series (ASSSP)

Summary

The Hubble New Generation Spectral Library (HNGSL) provides a unique opportunity to explore evolutionary population synthesis models in the UV. The library contains spectra for a few hundred stars with fundamental parameters known from analysis of the visual spectrum. The spectra cover fully the wavelength range from 1700 & Aring to 10,200 & Aring with spectral resolution close to 5 Å, providing excellent coverage of the near-UV and the range from 9000 Å to 10,200 Å.

Keywords

Globular Cluster Electronic Version Spectral Library Spectral Energy Distribution Visual Spectrum 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CIDAMéridaVenezuela

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