Beginners & Pupils
Beginner and student, technical work and youth research - we advise and accompany! And: For interested students, we have a material pool from which various components can be borrowed.
|Loanable Solar Spectrograph|
We lend a free solar spectrograph to carry out observation projects. The spectrograph can be opened. Everything is visible and easy to understand and therefore very instructive for beginners.
A refractor mounted on a hand-operated parallactic mount projects the sun as a disk of about 7cm onto a screen. There is a small hole in the screen, in which a 30m long fiber optic cable is screwed in. The light from the small section of the projected solar disk is directed into the spectrographs of the Czerny-Turner type. A CCD camera then registers the spectrum with a resolution R of approx. 12000 (or one looks directly at the spectrum with an eyepiece).
|Texts for Beginners|
Anfängerkurs - Mechanisches Design, Justage, Peripherie (dtsch., 2800 kb) - Sablowski (2010)
Anfängerkurs - IRIS Kurzanleitung (dtsch., 415 kb) - Sablowski (2010)
Animierte Grundbegriffe der geometrischen Optik - Linkenheld (2003)
Das CD-ROM Spektroskop (dtsch., 1665 kb) - Köppen (2003)
Literaturliste von E. Pollmann (31 kb) - (2006)
Sterne und ihre Spektren - James B. Kaler (1989), Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, ISBN: 3860250892
Practical Amateur Spectroscopy - Stephen F. Tonkin, Springer (2002), ISBN: 1852334894
Spectroscopy of massive stars (engl., 1662 kb) Nazé (2006)
Spectroscopy: The Key to the Stars - Reading the Lines in Stellar Spectra - Keith Robinson, Springer, ISBN-10: 0387367861