The COS Legacy Archive Spectroscopy Survey (CLASSY) Treasury Atlas

@article{Berg2022TheCL,
  title={The COS Legacy Archive Spectroscopy Survey (CLASSY) Treasury Atlas},
  author={Danielle A. Berg and Bethan L. James and Teagan King and Meaghan Mcdonald and Zuyi Chen and John Chisholm and Timothy M. Heckman and Crystal L. Martin and Daniel P. Stark and Alessandra Aloisi and Ricardo O. Amor'in and Karla Z. Arellano-C'ordova and Matthew B. Bayliss and Rongmon Bordoloi and Jarle Brinchmann and St{\'e}phane Charlot and Jacopo Chevallard and Ilyse Clark and Dawn K. Erb and Anna Feltre and Max Gronke and Matthew J. Hayes and Alaina L. Henry and Svea Hernandez and Anne E. Jaskot and Tucker A. Jones and Lisa J. Kewley and Nimisha Kumari and Claus Leitherer and Mario Llerena and Michael V. Maseda and Matilde Mingozzi and Themiya Nanayakkara and Masami Ouchi and Adele Plat and Richard W. Pogge and Swara Ravindranath and Jane R. Rigby and Ryan L. Sanders and Claudia Scarlata and Peter Senchyna and Evan D. Skillman and Charles C. Steidel and Allison L. Strom and Yuma Sugahara and Stephen M. Wilkins and Aida Wofford and Xinfeng Xu},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2022},
  volume={261}
}
Far-ultraviolet (FUV; ∼1200–2000 Å) spectra are fundamental to our understanding of star-forming galaxies, providing a unique window on massive stellar populations, chemical evolution, feedback processes, and reionization. The launch of the James Webb Space Telescope will soon usher in a new era, pushing the UV spectroscopic frontier to higher redshifts than ever before; however, its success hinges on a comprehensive understanding of the massive star populations and gas conditions that power… 

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