# CLEAR: Paschen-β Star Formation Rates and Dust Attenuation of Low-redshift Galaxies

@article{Cleri2022CLEARPS,
title={CLEAR: Paschen-$\beta$ Star Formation Rates and Dust Attenuation of Low-redshift Galaxies},
author={Nikko J. Cleri and Jonathan R. Trump and Bren E. Backhaus and Ivelina G. Momcheva and Casey J. Papovich and Raymond C. Simons and Benjamin J. Weiner and Vicente Estrada-Carpenter and Steven L. Finkelstein and Mauro Giavalisco and Zhiyuan Ji and Intae Jung and Jasleen Matharu and Felix Martinez and Megan R. Sturm},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
year={2022},
volume={929}
}
• Published 1 September 2020
• Physics
• The Astrophysical Journal
We use Paschen-β (Paβ; 1282 nm) observations from the Hubble Space Telescope G141 grism to study the star formation and dust-attenuation properties of a sample of 29 low-redshift (z < 0.287) galaxies in the CANDELS Lyα Emission at Reionization survey. We first compare the nebular attenuation from Paβ/Hα with the stellar attenuation inferred from the spectral energy distribution, finding that the galaxies in our sample are consistent with an average ratio of the continuum attenuation to the…

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