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The Potential of Ultraviolet Spectroscopy to Open New Frontiers to Study the First Stars

Published onMay 31, 2019
The Potential of Ultraviolet Spectroscopy to Open New Frontiers to Study the First Stars
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Abstract

The elements found in second-generation stars probe the nature and end states of the elusive generation of metal-free first stars. High-resolution (R ~ 30,000) ultraviolet (~1800-3100 Å) spectroscopy offers the potential to greatly expand the chemical inventory in second-generation stars. Facilities like CETUS, HabEx, and LUVOIR meet these goals.

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