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Title: Comparing galaxy morphology at ultraviolet and opical wavelengths
Authors: Kuchinski, L.
Freedman, W.
Madore, B.
Trewhella, M.
Bohlin, R.
Cornett, R.
Fanelli, M.
Marcum, P.
Neff, S.
O'Connell, R.
Roberts, M.
Smith, A.
Stecher, T.
Waller, W.
Issue Date: Dec-2000
Citation: Astrophysical journal supplement series, Vol. 131, No. 2, 2000, pp. 441-463
Pasadena, CA USA
Abstract: We have undertaken an imaging survey of 34 nearby galaxies in far-ultraviolet(FUV, [sim]1500 ũ and optical (UBVRI) passbands to characterize galaxy morphology as a function of wavelength. This sample, which includes a range of classical Hubble types from elliptical to irregular, with emphasis on spirals at low inclination angle, provides a valuable database for comparison with images of high-z galaxies whose FUV light is redshifted into the optical and near-infrared bands.
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