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Re: For Daystar CaH quark owners

Post by marktownley » Thu Oct 04, 2018 4:51 pm

That is an interesting read Apollo, thanks. I've had a brief scan but will have a proper read over the weekend with some more time free.
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Post by p_zetner » Fri Oct 05, 2018 12:57 am

Very much an interesting idea for “spectroheliographers” ! I’m going to be concentrating on the blue portion of the spectrum with higher spectral resolution. I’d be interested (and able) to catch these emission events. Thanks for the reference.

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Re: For Daystar CaH quark owners

Post by krakatoa1883 » Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:34 am

Quark is 3968.5 by factory at 0 tuning (I do not know with how much tolerance) 5A wide and max tuning range is of 0.5A both sides of CWL, may be that some redshifted units can actually be tuned on the strongest Fe(II) line although the large BP makes the device not selective. I did not noticed much difference between the extreme tuning positions but given Apollo's suggestion I will investigate this further.
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Re: For Daystar CaH quark owners

Post by p_zetner » Fri Oct 05, 2018 3:44 pm

Just an observation that the results published in this paper were captured at a spectral resolving power of 850000 ! That’s a fwhm bandpass of about 0.005 Angstroms (5 milliAngstroms) at this spectral line. It doesn’t seem to be necessary to use such high resolving power. But, if you look at figure 1 of the paper, the Fe emission line appears to be less than 0.1 Angstroms in width. There’s no way this line can be isolated with a standard etalon filter.

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Post by marktownley » Sun Oct 07, 2018 1:15 pm

Thanks for the info Peter.

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