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Effects of the hot stellar component on derived physical parameters of the Carina Nebula

  • Víctor Robledo-Rella (a1) and Miriam Peña (a1)

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Studies of extragalactic (un-resolved) H II regions, usually rely on assumptions about the underlying stellar absorption to estimate the reddening corrections needed to derive physical conditions of the ionized gas and to infer parameters of the ionizing stars (Robledo-Rella & Firmani 1990). We have addressed the problem of estimating quantitatively the effects of the hot star spectra on derived physical (nebular and stellar) parameters of galactic H II regions.

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