Space and ground-based stellar spectrophotometry; a summary

C. De Jager
1970 Symposium - International astronomical union  
One of the most important results of the present Symposium is the obvious necessity of close cooperation between ground-based and UV stellar spectral observers. Either of the two observational techniques yields only part of the total information about the stars and the interstellar medium; together they enable the scientist to construct the imposing image of modern stellar spectroscopy that we have seen growing during this Symposium.
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