Binary population and spectral synthesis version 2.1 : construction, observational verification and new results

@inproceedings{Eldridge2017BinaryPA,
  title={Binary population and spectral synthesis version 2.1 : construction, observational verification and new results},
  author={John J. Eldridge and Elizabeth R. Stanway and Ling Xiao and L. A. S. McClelland and Gn Taylor and Ming-ho. Ng and Stephanie M. L. Greis and John Auckland and Nz and University of Warwick and Uk},
  year={2017}
}
The Binary Population and Spectral Synthesis (BPASS) suite of binary stellar evolution models and synthetic stellar populations provides a framework for the physically motivated analysis of both the integrated light from distant stellar populations and the detailed properties of those nearby. We present a new version 2.1 data release of these models, detailing the methodology by which BPASS incorporates binary mass transfer and its effect on stellar evolution pathways, as well as the… CONTINUE READING

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