New insights on the nebular emission, ionizing radiation and low metallicity of Green Peas from advanced modelling

@inproceedings{Fernandez2021NewIO,
  title={New insights on the nebular emission, ionizing radiation and low metallicity of Green Peas from advanced modelling},
  author={Vital Fern'andez and Ricardo Amor'in and E. P'erez-Montero and Polychronis Papaderos and Carolina Kehrig and Jos'e M. V'ilchez},
  year={2021}
}
Low-metallicity, compact starburst galaxies referred to as Green Peas (GPs) provide a unique window to study galactic evolution across cosmic epochs. In this work, we present new deep optical spectra for three GPs from OSIRIS at the 10m Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC), which are studied using a state-of-the-art methodology. A stellar population synthesis is conducted with 1098 spectral templates. The methodology succeeds at characterising stellar populations from 0.5 Myrs to 10 Gyrs. The light… 

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