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Title: Galaxy Morphology From the UV to the FIR: An Intercomparison of Recent Observations From Space With New Radiative Transfer Models
Authors: (CIT), Barry Madore
Issue Date: Dec-1995
Citation: Johannesburg, South Africa
Abstract: We will present the latest multiwavelength observations of spiral galaxies made from space and from the ground covering the electromagnetic spectrum from the far ultraviolet (ASTRO-2 UIT observations) through the optical, and out to the far infrared (IRAS). Comparisons with recent theoretical models for the radiative transfer of stellar light through a three-dimensional dusty galaxy will be presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/32111
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