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The overall goal of the Astronomical Spectroscopy Project is to be able to collect and reduce data gathered from astronomical objects. This is being done using a Celestron CPC 800 GPS (XLT) telescope and a fiber-fed Ocean Optics USB2000+ spectrometer.
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The overall goal of the Astronomical Spectroscopy Project is to be able to collect and reduce data gathered from astronomical objects.  
  
  
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Current setup for the project involves a Celestron CPC 800 GPS (XLT) telescope and a fiber-fed Ocean Optics USB2000+ spectrometer.
 
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Revision as of 14:58, 7 December 2013

The overall goal of the Astronomical Spectroscopy Project is to be able to collect and reduce data gathered from astronomical objects.


Current setup for the project involves a Celestron CPC 800 GPS (XLT) telescope and a fiber-fed Ocean Optics USB2000+ spectrometer. TelescopeSystem.png TAdapter.png

LabTableSetup.png

AligningTelescope.png

AligningFiber.png

AlignmentData.png

Vega.png


Presentations:

Spring2013

Fall2013


Links:

Ocean Optics Spectrometer

Wiki- Spectrometer

Wiki-Astronomical Spectroscopy