Practical Amateur Spectroscopy

Practical Amateur Spectroscopy contains everything you need to understand the basic principles, to begin observing, and to interpret what the spectra that you have seen or recorded show and mean. Contributions from leading practical amateur spectroscopers from America and Europe cover a very wide range of equipment and techniques. These range from using a CD as a grating, through home-built fibre-fed instruments, to commercial spectrographs.

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