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Spectroscopic Instrumentation Fundamentals And Guidelines For Astronomers

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    Author(s)EVERSBERG T
    PublisherSPRINGER
    ISBN9783662445341
    Pages653
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearNovember 2014

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    SPRINGER Spectroscopic Instrumentation Fundamentals And Guidelines For Astronomers by EVERSBERG T

    In order to analyze the light of cosmic objects, particularly at extremely great distances, spectroscopy is the workhorse of astronomy. In the era of very large telescopes, long-term investigations are mainly performed with small professional instruments. Today they can be done using self-designed spectrographs and highly efficient CCD cameras, without the need for large financial investments. This book explains the basic principles of spectroscopy, including the fundamental optical constraints and all mathematical aspects needed to understand the working principles in detail. It covers the complete theoretical and practical design of standard and Echelle spectrographs. Readers are guided through all necessary calculations, enabling them to engage in spectrograph design. The book also examines data acquisition with CCD cameras and fiber optics, as well as the constraints of specific data reduction and possible sources of error. In closing it briefly highlights some main aspects of the research on massive stars and spectropolarimetry as an extension of spectroscopy. The book offers a comprehensive introdu...