Detailed Study of the Physical Properties in Extragalactic Star-forming Regions
Wednesday, 05 December 2018 8 a.m. — 9:30 a.m. MST
AURA Lecture Hall
The analysis of the physical processes between a starburst and its environment requires the complete study of the gaseous component. In this talk I will briefly explain the work I have been doing during my internship at Gemini: the study of the physical properties of star-forming regions in three galaxies: NGC6070, NGC5861, and Tol1924-416. I estimated the electron densities and temperatures, ionic and total chemical abundances, reddening, SFR ,and ionization structure using GMOS/Long-slit data obtained at the Gemini-South Telescope.