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SleepyAstronomer
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Contributions one can make with a spectroscope?
      #6093986 - 09/21/13 07:14 PM

What type of meaningful scientific contributions could one make with the assistance of a spectroscope?

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Ed Wiley
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Re: Contributions one can make with a spectroscope? new [Re: SleepyAstronomer]
      #6094324 - 09/21/13 11:59 PM

Our French colleagues host this site, it has several links to various spec projects.

http://www.astrosurf.com/aras/

Ed


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ZielkeNightsky
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Re: Contributions one can make with a spectroscope? new [Re: Ed Wiley]
      #6095471 - 09/22/13 05:47 PM

Right now I think Nova Del 2013 is the best observed ever with spectroscopy. High cadence and a good global coverage is the amateur’s advantage here.

The ARAS group as Ed mention and also the German "Vereinigung der Sternfreunde Fachgruppe Spektroskopie" do a lot of science.

http://spektroskopie.fg-vds.de/


Edited by ZielkeNightsky (09/22/13 05:49 PM)


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