Title:OSIRIS: Adaptive Optics-Assisted Integral-Field Spectroscopy at Keck Observatory
Authors:Quirrenbach, A., Larkin, J., Barczys, M., Iserlohe, C., Krabbe, A., McElwain, M., Song, I., Weiss, J., & Wright, S.
Abstract:OSIRIS (OH-Suppressing Infra-Red Integral-field
Spectrograph) is a new facility instrument for the Keck Observatory.
After seeing first light in February 2005, OSIRIS is currently undergoing
commissioning. OSIRIS provides the capability of performing
three-dimensional spectroscopy in the near-infrared z, J, H, and K bands
at the resolution limit of the Keck II telescope, which is equipped with
adaptive optics and a laser guide star. We will discuss technical details
of the instrument, the science case, and first results from commissioning