SpecPro Interface

The object shown is a star-forming galaxy at redshift 0.89. Stamp images of the source are displayed on the left side of the interface, and the 1-D spectrum is displayed in the upper right window. On the 1-D plot, vertical lines mark the positions of prominent emission features, and a spectral template is overlaid in blue. Under the 1-D spectrum is the corresponding 2-D spectrum, binned to fit the display. The same emission lines plotted over the 1-D spectrum are indicated in the 2-D spectrum. The window on the bottom right shows the SED of the source from the ultraviolet to the mid-infrared, with the AB magnitude (increasing downwards) plotted against filter wavelength. The observed-frame positions of important photometric indicators, including the Lyman limit, Lyman alpha, the 4000 angstrom break, and 1.6 microns are indicated with vertical dashed lines. The slit has been overplotted on the thumbnail images.