Latest Spectrograph Stories
Just as NASA's Hubble Space Telescope began celebrating entering its 25th year in April, one of the people responsible for its success and a creator of many other related technologies passed away.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope microshutters have taken a short jaunt in preparation of its million mile journey in four years.
The last piece of the James Webb Space Telescope's heart was installed inside the world's largest clean room at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.
The IsoPlane 160 is the world’s first compact spectrometer to provide outstanding imaging, high spectral resolution, and excellent light-gathering power from the vacuum-UV (VUV) to the mid-IR
The newest video in the "Behind the Webb" series, called "100 Points of Light" takes viewers behind the scenes to understand what the Near Infrared Spectrograph or NIRSpec will do when it flies aboard the James Webb Space Telescope.
ESA has completed the Near-Infrared Spectrograph, one of two instruments it is contributing to the international James Webb Space Telescope, a space observatory set for launch on an Ariane 5 rocket in 2018.
The IsoPlane® (patent pending) spectrograph features a revolutionary new optical design that eliminates field astigmatism and greatly reduces the spherical aberration and coma inherent in
Princeton Instruments is pleased to announce the company’s IsoPlane imaging spectrograph has won SPIE’s Prism Award for Photonics Innovation in the category of Detectors, Sensing, Imaging
The IsoPlane® features a revolutionary new optical design that eliminates the primary aberrations present in traditional imaging spectrographs.
Two identical FLOYDS spectrographs, installed in recent weeks at telescopes 6,000 miles apart, robotically acquired a supernovae target this week.
- A trick or prank.