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1 edited by Evencio Mediavilla [and others] 3D spectroscopy in astronomy OB0681 Book  
2 edited by Robert Williams, Mario Livio The analysis of emission lines OB0632 Book  
3 John B. Hearnshaw Analysis of starlight: Two Centuries of Astronomical Spectroscopy 025898 2014 Book  
4 Immo Appenzeller Introduction to astronomical spectroscopy 024719 2012 Book  
5 Ken M. Harrison Astronomical spectroscopy for amateurs 024382 2011 Book  
6 Anil K. Pradhan Atomic astrophysics and spectroscopy 023624 2011 Book  
7 Jonathan Tennyson Astronomical spectroscopy: An introduction to the atomic and molecular physics of astronomical spectra 020471 2005 Book  
8 Peter L. Smith (ed.) Atomic and molecular data for space astronomy; Needs, analysis and availability: A selection of papers presented at hte joint co 008133 1992 Book  
9 K. Narahari Rao Spectroscopy of the earth's atmosphere and interstellar medium 008007 1992 Book  
10 Radhakrishnan, V. Astronomy's devices R00022 2000 Book  
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Title3D spectroscopy in astronomy : XVII Canary Island Winter School of Astrophysics
Author(s)edited by Evencio Mediavilla [and others]
Description1 online resource (xv, 271 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)
Abstract NoteSimultaneously storing both spectral and spatial information, 3D spectroscopy offers a new way to tackle astrophysical problems, and opens up new lines of research. Since its inception in the eighties and early nineties, research in this field has grown enormously. Large telescopes all around the world are now equipped with integral field units, and two instruments of the James Webb Space Telescope will have integral field spectroscopic capabilities. Nowadays, more effort is dedicated to refining techniques for reducing, analysing and interpreting the data obtained with 3D spectrographs. Containing lectures from the seventeenth Winter School of the Canary Islands Astrophysics Institute, this book explores 3D spectroscopy techniques and data. A broad and balanced presentation of research in this field, it introduces astronomers to a new generation of instruments, widening the appeal of integral field spectroscopy and helping it become a powerful tool in tackling astrophysical problems
Contents NoteIntroductory review and technical approaches / Martin Roth -- Observational procedures and data reduction / James E.H. Turner -- 3D spectroscopic instrumentation / Matthew A. Bershady -- Analysis of 3D data / Pierre Ferruit -- Science motivation for integral field spectroscopy and galactic studies / Frank Eisenhauer -- Extragalactic studies and future integral field spectroscopy science / Luis Colina -- Tutorials : how to handle 3D spectroscopy data / Sebastia??n F. Sa??nchez, Begon??a Garci??a-Lorenzo, and Arlette Pe??contal-Rousset
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Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 4. Integral field spectroscopy 5. Three-dimensional imaging in astronomy
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TitleThe analysis of emission lines : a meeting in honour of the 70th birthdays of D.E. Osterbrock & M.J. Seaton : proceedings of the Space Telescope Science Institute Symposium, held in Baltimore, Maryland, May 16-18, 1994
Author(s)edited by Robert Williams, Mario Livio
Description1 online resource (xi, 223 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)
Abstract NoteWhat can emission lines tell us about an astrophysical object? A workshop at the Space Telescope Science Institute was dedicated to address just this question ??? for a host of objects (including planetary nebulae and active galactic nuclei) across a broad range of wavelengths (from the infrared through to gamma-rays). Thirteen review articles from internationally renowned experts are presented in this volume. They provide an edited and coherent overview of the latest technical data, techniques in and applications of the study of emission lines from a variety of objects. Chapters include the theory of radiative transfer, photoionising shocks, and emission lines from stellar winds, as well as useful summaries of abundance determinations, atomic data, and diagnostics for IR, UV, gamma-ray and molecular lines. Together these review articles provide an overview of the analysis of emission lines. They summarise current knowledge, highlight outstanding problems and provide focus for fruitful future research. In this way they provide an excellent introduction for graduate students and reference for professionals
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Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 4. EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY
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TitleAnalysis of starlight: Two Centuries of Astronomical Spectroscopy
Author(s)John B. Hearnshaw
Edition2nd
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Descriptionxvi, 367p.
Abstract NoteThis book presents a detailed pedagogical account of the equation of state and its applications in several important and fast growing topics in theoretical physics, chemistry and engineering. This book is the storv of the analysis of starlight by astronomical spectroscopy. It describes the development of the subject from the time of Joseph Fraunhofer, who, in 1814, used a telescope-mounted prism to observe the spectral light emitted from several bright stars. He discovered that light was missing at certain colours (wavelengths) in the starlight, and these so-called spectral lines were subsequently shown to hold clues to the nature of the stars themselves. The book explains how the classification of stars using their line spectra developed into a major branch of astronomy whilst new methods in astrophysics made possible the approximate quantitative analysis of spectral lines in the 1920s and 1930s. After the Second World War these techniques were considerably improved when computers were programmed to model the structure of the outer layers of stars. Basic concepts in spectroscopy and spectral analysis are also covered and. finally. Dr Hearnshaw comments on the stellar spectroscopy of some individual star.
ISBN,Price9781107031746 : US $120.00(HB)
Classification520.84
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 4. EXTRASOLAR PLANETS 5. SPECTROGRAPHS 6. STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS
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TitleIntroduction to astronomical spectroscopy
Author(s)Immo Appenzeller
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Descriptionxiii, 254p.
Series(Cambridge Observing Handbooks for Research Astronmers)
Abstract NoteSpectroscopy is the principal tool used in astronomy to investigate the Universe beyond Earth's atmosphere. Through the analysis of electromagnetic radiation, spectrographs enable observers to assess the chemical composition, kinematics and local physical properties of distant stars, nebulae and galaxies. Thoroughly illustrated and clearly written, this handbook offers a practical and comprehensive guide to the different spectroscopic methods used in all branches of astronomy, at all wavelengths from radio to gamma-ray and from ground and space-borne instruments. After a historical overview of the field, the central chapters navigate the various types of hardware used in spectroscopy. In-depth descriptions of modern techniques and their benefits and drawbacks help you choose the most promising observation strategy. The handbook finishes by assessing new technologies and future prospects for deep-sky observation. This text is an ideal reference for today's graduate students and active researchers, as well as those designing or operating spectroscopic instruments.
ISBN,Price9781107601796 : US $50.00(PB)
Classification520.35
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
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TitleAstronomical spectroscopy for amateurs
Author(s)Ken M. Harrison
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2011.
Descriptionxiii, 241p.
Series(Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series)
Abstract NoteAstronomical Spectroscopy for Amateurs is a complete guide for amateur astronomers who are looking for a new challenge beyond astrophotography. The book provides a brief overview of the history and development of the spectroscope, then a short introduction to the theory of stellar spectra, including details on the necessary reference spectra required for instrument testing and spectral comparison. The various types of spectroscopes available to the amateur are then described. Later sections cover all aspects of setting up and using various types of commercially available and home-built spectroscopes, starting with basic transmission gratings and going through more complex models, all the way to the sophisticated Littrow design. The final part of the text is about practical spectroscope design and construction. This book uniquely brings together a collection of observing, analyzing, and processing hints and tips that will allow the amateur to build skills in preparing scientifically acceptable spectra data. It covers all aspects of designing, constructing, testing, calibrating, and using a spectroscope and enables the average amateur astronomer to successfully build and use a homemade spectroscope for a fraction of the current commercial cost. As Professor Chris Kitchin said, “If optical spectroscopy had not been invented then fully 75 percent of all astronomical knowledge would be unknown today, and yet the subject itself re-ceives scant attention in astronomical texts.” This book answers that need. It is the practical spectroscopy book.
ISBN,Price9781441972385 : Eur 26.95(PB)
Classification520.84
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. CCD SPECTROSCOPY 3. STAR OBSERVATION 4. STELLAR SPECTROSCOPE
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TitleAtomic astrophysics and spectroscopy
Author(s)Anil K. Pradhan;Sultana N. Nahar
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Descriptionx, 363p.
Abstract NoteSpectroscopy enables the precise study of astronomical objects and phenomena. Bridging the gap between physics and astronomy, this is the first integrated graduate-level textbook on atomic astrophysics. It covers the basics of atomic physics and astrophysics, including state-of-the-art research applications, methods and tools. The content is evenly balanced between the physical foundations of spectroscopy and their applications to astronomical objects and cosmology. An undergraduate knowledge of physics is assumed, and relevant basic material is summarised at the beginning of each chapter. The material is completely self-contained and features sufficient background information for self-study. Advanced users will find it handy for spectroscopic studies.
ISBN,Price9780521825368 : UKP 45.00(HB)
Classification52-47
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. ATOMIC ASTROPHYSICS 3. ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 4. COSMOLOGY 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
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TitleAstronomical spectroscopy: An introduction to the atomic and molecular physics of astronomical spectra
Author(s)Jonathan Tennyson
Edition2nd. (Acc No. 024064)
PublicationLondon, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., 2005.
Descriptionx, 192p.
Series(Imperial College Press Advanced Physics Texts; 2)
ISBN,Price1860945295 : US$ 28.00(PB)
Classification520.85
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. POLARIMETRY 3. POLARISATION-ASTRONOMY 4. POLARIZATION-ASTRONOMY
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TitleAtomic and molecular data for space astronomy; Needs, analysis and availability: A selection of papers presented at hte joint commission meeting III of the 21st IAU general assembly held in Buenos Aires, Argentina 23July - 1 August 1991
Author(s)Peter L. Smith (ed.);Wolfgang L. Wiese (ed.)
PublicationSpringer-Verlag 1992.
Series(Lecture Notes in Physics; 407)
Classification520.35(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 3. MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 4. SPACE ASTRONOMY
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TitleSpectroscopy of the earth's atmosphere and interstellar medium
Author(s)K. Narahari Rao;Alfons Weber
PublicationBoston, Academic Press, Inc., 1992.
Classification551.510:543.42
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS 3. EARTH-ATMOSPHERE 4. INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY 5. INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM 6. SPECTROSCOPY
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TitleAstronomy's devices
Author(s)Radhakrishnan, V.
PublicationBangalore, Raman Research Institute, 2000.
Description16p. : 16p.
Classification520.8.056(042.3)
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY 2. ASTRONOMY DEVICES 3. HUMAN EYE 4. JANSKY LECTURE 2000 5. JANSKY, KARL GUTHE (1905-1950) 6. RADIO ASTRONOMY
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