No correlation of the Lyman continuum escape fraction with spectral hardness

@article{MarquesChaves2022NoCO,
  title={No correlation of the Lyman continuum escape fraction with spectral hardness},
  author={Rui Marques-Chaves and Daniel Schaerer and Ricardo O. Amor'in and Hakim Atek and Sanchayeeta Borthakur and John Chisholm and Victoria I. Fern'andez and Sophia R. Flury and Mauro Giavalisco and Andrea Grazian and Matthew J. Hayes and Timothy M. Heckman and Alaina L. Henry and Yuri I. Izotov and Anne E. Jaskot and Zhiyuan Ji and S. R. McCandliss and M. S. Oey and Goran Ostlin and Swara Ravindranath and Michael J. Rutkowski and Alberto Saldana-Lopez and Harry I. Teplitz and Trinh Xuan Thuan and Anne Verhamme and B. Wang and G{\'a}bor Worseck and X. Xu},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}
The properties that govern the production and escape of hydrogen-ionizing photons (Lyman continuum, LyC; with energies > 13.6 eV) in star-forming galaxies are still poorly understood, but they are key to identifying and characterizing the sources that reionized the Universe. Here we empirically explore the relation between the hardness of ionizing radiation and the LyC leakage in a large sample of low- z star-forming galaxies from the recent Hubble Space Telescope Low- z Lyman Continuum Survey… 

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