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[ascl:2404.019] PySSED: Python Stellar Spectral Energy Distributions

PySSED (Python Stellar Spectral Energy Distributions) downloads and extracts data on multi-wavelength catalogs of astronomical objects and regions of interest and automatically proceses photometry into one or more stellar SEDs. It then fits those SEDs with stellar parameters. PySSED can be run directly from the command line or as a module within a Python environment. The package offers a wide variety plots, including Hertzsprung–Russell diagrams of analyzed objects, angular separation between sources in specific catalogs, and two-dimensional offset between cross-matches.

Code site:
https://github.com/iain-mcdonald/PySSED
Described in:
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2024RASTI...3...89M
Bibcode:
2024ascl.soft04019M

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