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Starburst99 v7.0.1
Starburst99 is a web based software and data package designed to model spectrophotometric and related properties of star-forming galaxies. It was developed at Space Telescope Science Institute by Claus Leitherer, Daniel Schaerer, Jeff Goldader, Rosa Gonzalez-Delgado, Carmelle Robert, Denis Foo Kune, Duilia de Mello, Daniel Devost, Timothy M. Heckman, Alessandra Aloisi, Lucimara Martins, and Gerardo Vazquez. A description of the input physics is in Leitherer et al. (1999; ApJS, 123, 3), Vazquez & Leitherer (2005; ApJ, 621, 695) and Leitherer et al. (2010; ApJS, 189,309) and Leitherer et al. (2014).

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March 2014:
Version 7.0.0 has been released. Major new features include the Geneva evolutionary tracks with rotation, the Potsdam Wolf-Rayet star library of UV spectra, and a subroutine to calculate stellar atmospheric Lyman-alpha.

August 2010:
Both the UNIX/Web version of Starburst99 and the PC version are identical and have been released as v6.0.2. This version includes major clean-ups of the Fortran syntax, improved SN yields for the most massive stars, implementation of the latest spectral-type calibration for OB stars, and the UV library previously distributed with the PC version.
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