🌠Studying the Interstellar Dust 🌠
The study of intermediate-age open clusters can be used to the learn about the stellar evolution of intermediate-mass stars and the dynamical evolution of clusters together with their interstellar extinction.
The interstellar extinction is a sum of absorption and scattering of the light within the interstellar medium, being inversely proportional to the light wavelength.
Consequently, a general increase in absorption toward shorter wavelengths is observed, resulting to the effect of reddening.
In this repository I made available the source code for data reduction and analysis in IDL, and my report and results as well.
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