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Spectrographs for small telescopes

  • Olivier Thizy (a1) and François Cochard (a1)
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Shelyak Instruments is a company founded in 2006 offering a full range of spectrographs designed for Astronomy, shipping World Wide. Current users are (1) Public and private observatories who want to setup small telescope for scientific programs or training; (2) Universities for education and demonstrations; (3) Experienced amateurs observers who work in Pro/Amateur collaborations. Lhires III Littrow high resolution spectrograph and eShel optical fibre fed echelle solution are presented with some scientific results including OB stars in which those instruments had a significant contribution.

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Leadbeater, R. & Stencel, R. 2010, ArXiv e-prints 1003.3617
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Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union
  • ISSN: 1743-9213
  • EISSN: 1743-9221
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