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Title:
An atlas of ultraviolet spectra of star-forming galaxies
Authors:
Kinney, A. L.; Bohlin, R. C.; Calzetti, D.; Panagia, N.; Wyse, Rosemary F. G.
Affiliation:
AA(Space Telescope Science Inst., Baltimore, MD), AB(Space Telescope Science Inst., Baltimore, MD), AC(Space Telescope Science Inst., Baltimore, MD), AD(Space Telescope Science Inst., Baltimore, MD; Catania Univ., Italy), AE(Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD)
Publication:
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (ISSN 0067-0049), vol. 86, no. 1, p. 5-93. (ApJS Homepage)
Publication Date:
05/1993
Category:
Astronomy
Origin:
STI
NASA/STI Keywords:
Astronomical Catalogs, Galactic Nuclei, Seyfert Galaxies, Spectral Energy Distribution, Starburst Galaxies, Ultraviolet Spectra, Interstellar Extinction, Irregular Galaxies, Iue, Milky Way Galaxy, Oao, Spiral Galaxies
DOI:
10.1086/191771
Bibliographic Code:
1993ApJS...86....5K

Abstract

A systematic study is presented of the UV spectra of star-forming galaxies of different morphological type and activity class using a sample drawn from a uniformly reduced IUE data set. The spectra for a wide variety of galaxies, including normal spiral, LINER, starburst, blue compact, blue compact dwarf, and Seyfert 2 galaxies, are presented in the form of spectral energy distributions to demonstrate the overall characteristics according to morphology and activity class and in the form of absolute flux distributions to better show the absorption and emission features of individual objects. The data support the picture based on UV spectra of the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory and of the Astronautical Netherlands Satellite that spiral galaxies of later Hubble class have more flux at the shortest UV wavelengths than do spiral galaxies of earlier Hubble class.

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