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On High Signal to Noise Spectroscopy with CCDs

  • Bernard Fort (a1)

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This communication presents a very quick overview of major trends in CCD development and somes ideas on how to use a CCD for spectroscopy with H.S.N. ratio.

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[1] ESO-OHP Workshop on the optimization of the use of CCD detectors in Astronomy 16-19 June 1986. ESO Proceeding n° 25, Edited by Baluteau, J. P. and O'Odorico, S.
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