Welcome to the SpectroCam-10 home page. SpectroCam-10 is an infrared camera/spectrograph for astronomical observations in the 10 micron wavelength band. The instrument was built by members of the Department of Astronomy at Cornell University for use on the 200-inch Hale telescope at Palomar Observatory, California, USA.

What's New

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Images and Spectra

We have used SpectroCam-10 to collect infrared images and spectra of astronomical objects from nearby planets and comets to distant galaxies. Here is a gallery of some of our results.
Planetary

Shoemaker-Levy 9

Mars

Hale-Bopp
Galactic

Orion Nebula

AB Aurigae

Nova Cygni 1992

Sgr A*

Publications : More information on our research.


The Instrument

Data Reduction




These pages are maintained by Tom Hayward, and were last updated on 14 November 1999.

There have been visitors to this page since 2/3/96.

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