An IUE high-dispersion cool-star atlas
We are planning to compile a spectral atlas based on high-dispersion images of representative late-type stars recorded by the International Ultraviolet Explorer. We solicit advice from the ultraviolet community concerning how best to present the spectral material.
KeywordsHubble Space Telescope Carpenter Joint Spectral Reference Colorado Boulder Ultraviolet Property
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