Abstract

The design and performance of an insect-eye F.P. spectrograph used on the 249-cm Isaac Newton telescope, which can also be converted into a nebular filter camera, is presented. This device has several novel features, including a pressure-controlled optically contacted etalon and an image tube as a detector.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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