# Stellar Population in LLAGN.I: Ground-based observations

@inproceedings{Fernandes2004StellarPI,
title={Stellar Population in LLAGN.I: Ground-based observations},
author={Roberto Cid Fernandes and Rosa M. Gonz{\'a}lez Delgado and Henrique R. Schmitt and Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann and Lucimara P. Martins and Enrique P{\'e}rez and Timothy M. Heckman and Claus Leitherer and Daniel Schaerer},
year={2004}
}
• Published 21 January 2004
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(Abridge): We present a spectroscopic study of the stellar populations of Low Luminosity AGN (LLAGN). Our main goal is to determine whether the stars who live in the innermost (100 pc-scale) regions of these galaxies are in some way related to the emission line properties, which would imply a link between the stellar population and the ionization mechanism. High signal to noise, ground based long-slit spectra in the 3500--5500 A interval were collected for 60 galaxies.Our main findings are: (1…
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