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The study of the effects of PSF in astronomy morphology can be helpful in refining models and understanding certain celestial objects.

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PSF (Point Spread Function) is a measure of the blurring or spreading of a point source of light as it is observed through an imaging system. In astronomy, the PSF plays a crucial role in imaging and studying the morphology of celestial objects. The PSF affects the quality and resolution of astronomical images by determining the smallest details that can be resolved in an image. A better PSF leads to sharper images and more accurate measurements of object sizes, shapes and brightness. By modeling and subtracting the PSF from an image, astronomers can study the morphology of objects at a higher level of precision. In summary, understanding and accounting for the effects of PSF is important in astronomy morphology studies as it helps astronomers to accurately measure and characterize the physical features of objects and systems in the universe.

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March 19, 2023, 4:53 p.m.

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