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Fabry-Perot Spectroscopy of Extremely Faint Astronomical Sources

  • F. L. Roesler (a1), R. J. Reynolds (a1) and F. Scherb (a1)

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Our interests in the general field of astrophysics lie principally in two areas: 1) the study of extremely faint emission lines from the interstellar medium, galactic halo, and intergalactic clouds, and 2) the study of neutral and ionized components of the outer atmospheres of solar system objects, including the earth. These studies require instruments of the highest possible area-solid angle product, but typically do not require extremely high spatial resolution. This paper highlights our past work in these areas, and discusses new instrumental approaches we are developing.

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Fabry-Perot Spectroscopy of Extremely Faint Astronomical Sources

  • F. L. Roesler (a1), R. J. Reynolds (a1) and F. Scherb (a1)

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