Video/Audio Open Access

Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of T Tauri Stars with ULLYSES

Fischer, William J

Editor(s)
Wolk, Scott

The Hubble Space Telescope's Ultraviolet Legacy Library of Young Stars as Essential Standards (ULLYSES) is a Director’s Discretionary program of approximately 1,000 orbits that is producing an ultraviolet spectroscopic library of young high- and low-mass stars in the local universe. This presentation addresses the low-mass stars; these are T Tauri stars for which ULLYSES is sampling a broad range of stellar masses and accretion rates. In addition to data already in the MAST archive, we are obtaining single-epoch COS and STIS spectra of about 67 survey targets and time monitoring of 4 prototypical targets. The monitoring targets will be observed four times per rotational period over three periods, with this pattern repeated nine to twelve months later. Observations began in Fall 2020.

Files (24.3 MB)
Name Size
FischerW.mp4
md5:19ed1491219f79dff0ac345e96a5add6
23.2 MB Download
FischerW.pdf
md5:4e789f312cc2443ac0c474bd11e65caa
983.5 kB Download
FischerW.png
md5:8c10e119700ffe6aa49afb9eae1f03ce
113.0 kB Download
42
66
views
downloads
All versions This version
Views 4242
Downloads 6666
Data volume 172.6 MB172.6 MB
Unique views 4141
Unique downloads 5757

Share

Cite as