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However, his main area of interest was astronomical spectroscopy.
Recently, there has been a resurgence in amateur astronomical spectroscopy.
Astronomical spectroscopy is a particularly significant type of remote spectral sensing.
One example is astronomical spectroscopy: identifying the composition of stars by analysing the received light.
Astronomical spectroscopy is the technique of spectroscopy used in astronomy.
His interest in astronomy was gained early in life, and he turned his attention to astronomical spectroscopy.
He was a pioneer in astronomical spectroscopy, and was one of the first scientists to state authoritatively that the Sun is a star.
Using quantitative astronomical spectroscopy, scientists were able to analyse sunlight that passed through the planet's atmosphere to reveal chemicals within it.
Campbell was a pioneer of astronomical spectroscopy and catalogued the radial velocities of stars.
Based on the results of astronomical spectroscopy of nebula he proposed in 1911 the existence of several yet undiscovered elements.
Astronomical spectroscopy (examples of continuous spectra)
It is named after Anders Jonas Ångström, a cofounder of astronomical spectroscopy.
An excellent introduction to amateur spectroscopy is Astronomical Spectroscopy for Amateurs, published in 2011.
Typically, astronomical spectroscopy uses high-dispersion diffraction gratings to observe spectra at very high spectral resolutions.
Absorption spectroscopy is also employed in studies of molecular and atomic physics, astronomical spectroscopy and remote sensing.
Astronomical spectroscopy began with Isaac Newton's initial observations of the light of the Sun, dispersed by a prism.
Slitless spectroscopy is astronomical spectroscopy done without a small slit to allow only light from a small region to be diffracted.
Abrahams, Peter, Early Instruments of Astronomical Spectroscopy.
Astronomical spectroscopy is the science of using spectroscopy to figure out what astronomical objects, such as stars, planets, and nebulae are made of.
Thackeray, A.D. Astronomical spectroscopy.
Typical applications of NIR spectroscopy include the analysis of foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, combustion products and a major branch of astronomical spectroscopy.
His background is mostly in astronomical spectroscopy and he supports slitless spectroscopy with Hubble Space Telescope (HST).
Carbon stars have quite distinctive spectral characteristics, and they were first recognized by their spectra by Angelo Secchi in the 1860s, a pioneering time in astronomical spectroscopy.
In astronomical spectroscopy, the Lyman-alpha forest is the sum of absorption lines arising from the Lyman-alpha transition of the neutral hydrogen in the spectra of distant galaxies and quasars.
In astronomical spectroscopy, the Gunn-Peterson trough is a feature of the spectra of quasars due to the presence of neutral hydrogen in the Intergalactic Medium (IGM).
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