Modelling the Galactic Interstellar Extinction Distribution in Three Dimensions

@article{Marshall2005ModellingTG,
  title={Modelling the Galactic Interstellar Extinction Distribution in Three Dimensions},
  author={Douglas J. Marshall and Annie C. Robin and C{\'e}line Reyl{\'e} and Mathias Schultheis and S{\'e}bastien Picaud},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2005},
  volume={453},
  pages={635-651}
}
Aims. The Two Micron All Sky Survey, along with the Stellar Population Synthesis Model of the Galaxy, developed in Besancon, is used to calculate the extinction distribution along different lines of sight. By combining many lines of sight, the large scale distribution of interstellar material can be deduced. Methods. The Galaxy model is used to provide the intrinsic colour of stars and their probable distances, so that the near infrared colour excess, and hence the extinction, may be calculated… 
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