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A featureless, unbroken emission spectrum across a range of wavelengths, normally produced by an incandescent solid or a hot gas. Astronomical examples of continuous, or near-continuous, spectra include those of BL Lacertae objects and white dwarfs of type DC.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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