24 September 2012 Testing Giano spectral stability
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Giano is a high resolution (R'50,000) infrared spectrograph with a near-complete coverage of the 0.95-2.5 microns wavelengths range. It was assembled in Arcetri-INAF (Florence) and is beeing shipped to the its final destination at the TNG telescope (La Palma) We present our measurements of internal wavelength stability of Giano spectra. We are using a new approach which gives both the wavelength and field tilts. We also show the comparison with the usual mono-dimensional approach.
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C. Baffa, C. Baffa, E. Giani, E. Giani, E. Oliva, E. Oliva, V. Biliotti, V. Biliotti, L. Origlia, L. Origlia, M. Sozzi, M. Sozzi, A. Tozzi, A. Tozzi, "Testing Giano spectral stability", Proc. SPIE 8446, Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy IV, 84463U (24 September 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.925962; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.925962


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