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  • Re: Using the staranalyser with a webcam

    Thanks a lot for the clarification. Now I am wondering about the CMOS sensor size. As I see the equation does only depend on the focal length. Does it mean

    daddou12345 2 days ago
  • Re: Using the staranalyser with a webcam

    The relationship between the zero order location and the position in the spectrum remains (approximately at least) the same independent of the incident angle.

    staranalyser 3 days ago
  • Re: Using the staranalyser with a webcam

    Thanks but it is rather the other way around where I am looking to estimate x in function of w. After calculating it would be x^2 = -d^2 / ((wg)^2 -1) but how

    daddou12345 3 days ago
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This group is for users of the Star Analyser astronomical spectrograph to discuss their results, swap ideas and get help and advice on how to use it.

Members can post their results in the files section (Please create your own personal folder in the User Folder)

You can find out more about how to use the Star Analyser in the Instruction Manual in the files section
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/staranalyser/files/

Specific queries about orders should be directed to the manufacturer Paton Hawksley www.patonhawksley.co.uk or your local distributor

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  • May 29, 2005
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