Category:Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics
Instrumentation and methods for astrophysics refers to the tools and techniques used by astronomers and astrophysicists to observe and study the universe. This includes the development and use of telescopes, detectors, and other instruments to gather data about astronomical objects and phenomena. It also includes the methods used to process, analyze, and interpret this data, as well as the computer simulations used to model and study astronomical systems. Advances in instrumentation and methods for astrophysics have enabled astronomers to make important discoveries about the universe and its properties. The development of new instruments and methods continues to play a critical role in advancing our understanding of the universe and its evolution.
Pages in category "Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics"
The following 61 pages are in this category, out of 61 total.
- A Large Diameter Millimeter-Wave Low-Pass Filter Made of Alumina with Laser Ablated Anti-Reflection Coating
- A transmission hologram for slitless spectrophotometry on convergent telescope beam. 1. Focus and resolution
- Adapting Active Reflector Technology for greater sensitivity and sky-coverage in FAST-like Telescopes
- Aggregates of clusters in the Gaia data
- Assessing telluric correction methods for Na detections with high-resolution exoplanet transmission spectroscopy
- Asteroseismology of sz lyn using multi-band high time resolution photometry from ground and space
- Avoiding the Geometric Boundary Effect in Shear Measurement
- Can amplified spontaneous emission produce intense laser guide stars for adaptive optics?
- CatWISE2020 Catalog
- CHARA Array adaptive optics: complex operational software and performance
- CHARA/MIRC-X -- a high-sensitive six telescope interferometric imager concept, commissioning, and early science
- Classification of bad pixels of the Hawaii-2RG detector of the ASTROnomical NearInfraRed CAMera
- Data Analysis for a Balloon Borne Compton Polarimeter
- Delay time distribution of supernovae from integral-field spectroscopy of nearby galaxies
- Design and development of a high-speed Visible Pyramid Wavefront Sensor for the MMT AO system
- Design and optimization of dihedral angle offsets for the next generation lunar retro-reflectors
- Detection and Parameter Estimation of Gravitational Waves from Binary Neutron-Star Mergers in Real LIGO Data using Deep Learning
- Direction dependent Point spread function reconstruction for Multi-Conjugate Adaptive Optics on Giant Segmented Mirror Telescopes
- Massive black holes in high-redshift Lyman Break Galaxies
- Measurement of turbulence profile from defocused ring images
- Model Optimization for Deep Space Exploration via Simulators and Deep Learning
- Mutual neutralisation in Li++H−/D− and Na++H−/D− collisions: Implications of experimental results for non-LTE modelling of stellar spectra