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William Herschel Telescope

NAOMI+OASIS: Optically Adaptive System for Imaging Spectroscopy

— AO areal lenslet spectrograph —


First light: July 2003.

De-commissioned: 31 January 2015.

Designed and built by: Observatoire de Lyon.

Description: The optical integral-field spectrograph OASIS, formerly at the CFHT, was moved permanently to the WHT. It is now installed at one of the science ports of NAOMI, in the WHT´s new AO-dedicated, temperature-controlled, Nasmyth enclosure GRACE.

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Some scientific highlights:
The Axisymmetric Wind of the Post-Red Supergiant IRC +10420

Publications (scientific papers, technical publications, etc.).

Instrument information:
http://www.ing.iac.es/Astronomy/instruments/oasis/index.html

More:

http://www.ing.iac.es/PR/newsletter/news7/ins6.html
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Last modified: 22 August 2016