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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.  
 
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.
 
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