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Commission 29: Stellar Spectra

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Participants in Commission 29 study various aspects of stellar spectra and the information that can be extracted from spectra. The list of fields of interest of the Organizing Committee members suggest some major current research topics in this area are stellar chemical compositions and surface/envelope phenomena. Some of the topics of this commission have overlap with other commissions, such as Commission 14 (Atomic and Molecular Data), 26 (Double and Multiple Stars), 27 (Variable Stars), 30 (Radial Velocities), 36 (Theory of Stellar Atmospheres), and 37 (Star Clusters and Associations). Many Commission 29 members are also members of these other commissions.

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