Spectroscopy and monitoring with the 1.2m robotic telescope TIGRE in Guanajuato, MEX

Prof. Klaus-Peter Schroder

Abstract

Tigre is a 1.2m f:8 RC robotic telescope designed to do spectroscopic monitoring of dynamical processes, mainly in stellar astrophysics, for objects of less than 2" of size and brighter than magnitude 10...11. Its 2-channel (red/blue) echelle spectrograph HEROS has a resolution of 20,000 and covers simultaneously almost the whole range from the near IR to near UV (8800-3800A). It can also be used to determine the exact physical properties of stellar samples of interest, comparing high s/n (80-120) spectra with PHOENIX models and iSpec analysis. The large amount of spectroscopic data ideally serves a large variety of undergraduate and graduate thesis projects. This presentation gives a brief insight into this dedicated, yet economic international project of the universities of Hamburg, Guanajuato and Liege and the opportunities it has to offer to the international community.

About the talk

Spectroscopy and monitoring with the 1.2m robotic telescope TIGRE in Guanajuato, MEX
Prof. Klaus-Peter Schroder
Universidad de Guanajuato
Thursday September 6, 2018 - 10:30  (Aula)
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