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Here students will have an opportunity to measure redshifts for several galaxies using a set of common spectral lines here. While the spectra that students will be using have many lines (emission and absorption) students must concentrate on using the following sets: calcium H and K and hydrogen emission lines  .  Students are asked to determine if there is a correlation between the presence of emission lines in the spectra and the overall appearance (morphology) of the galaxy.
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Astronomy
- Cosmic Time and Distance
= Distance Scales
- Galaxies
= Galactic Structure
- Stars
- Upper Undergraduate
- Lower Undergraduate
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= Interactive Simulation
= Laboratory
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galaxies, redshift, spectral lines
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