We report the results of long-slit spectroscopy of the wind-blown bubble and photo-evaporating knots around the O6.5IIIf star BD+60°2522 made with the HST-Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph. The Of star is the primary ionizing source for the H II region NGC 7635, located in the Perseus Arm. The spectra were taken through a 0″.2 x 52″ slit with low and medium resolution gratings covering the wavelength range 2900-6870 Å. Observations with two slit orientations were made; one across the line of embedded knots to the west of the Of star and the second running from the Of star across the bubble to the NE.
The 2D-STIS spectra permit us to subtract the surrounding H II region's diffuse emission from that of the knots and the bubble, and to study the spatial variations in various emission lines in these features to a resolution of ∼ 0″.2, an order of magnitude improvement over the best ground-based spectra of this object in the literature. We present high spatial-resolution emission-line and line-ratio profiles across the bubble and knots, and compare them with the predicted variations from photo-ionization, photo-evaporation, and wind-shock models. We also present an analysis of temperatures, densities, and abundances in the features from higher S/N spectra extracted over selected lengths of the slit.