Panchromatic averaged stellar populations

@article{Riffel2010PanchromaticAS,
  title={Panchromatic averaged stellar populations},
  author={R. Riffel and C. Bonatto and R. Fernandes and M. Pastoriza and and Eduardo Balbinot},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2010},
  volume={411},
  pages={1897-1908}
}
  • R. Riffel, C. Bonatto, +2 authors and Eduardo Balbinot
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • We study how the spectral fitting of galaxies, in terms of light fractions derived in one spectral region translates into another region, by using results from evolutionary synthesis models. In particular, we examine propagation dependencies on Evolutionary Population Synthesis (EPS, {\sc grasil}, {\sc galev}, Maraston and {\sc galaxev}) models, age, metallicity, and stellar evolution tracks over the near-UV---near infrared (NUV---NIR, 3500\AA\ to 2.5\mc) spectral region. Our main results are… CONTINUE READING

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