Holistic spectroscopy: complete reconstruction of a wide-field, multiobject spectroscopic image using a photonic comb
Kos, Janez; Bland-Hawthorn, Joss; Betters, C.; Leon-Saval, S G; Asplund, Martin; Buder, Sven; Casey, Andrew; D’Orazi, Valentina; De Silva, Gayandhi; Freeman, Kenneth; Lewis, Geraint Francis; Lin, Jinying (Jane); Martell, Sarah; Schlesinger, Katharine; Sharma, Sanjib
The primary goal of Galactic archaeology is to learn about the origin of the Milky Way from the detailed chemistry and kinematics of millions of stars. Wide-field multifibre spectrographs are increasingly used to obtain spectral information for huge samples of stars. Some surveys (e.g. GALAH) are attempting to measure up to 30 separate elements per star. Stellar abundance spectroscopy is a subtle art that requires a very high degree of spectral uniformity across each of the fibres. However,...[Show more]
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