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Characterization of a CCD camera for astronomical purpose
EP27372
Poster Title: Characterization of a CCD camera for astronomical purpose
Submitted on 21 Mar 2018
Author(s): Tarun Kumar, Hanindyo Kuncarayakti, Kari Nilsson, Seppo Mattila
Affiliations: Tuorla Observatory, Turku University, Finland
This poster was presented at Physics Day 2018, Turku, Finland
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Abstract: In the area of Astronomy Charge-coupled devices (CCDs) have been the most common visible and near ultraviolet imaging sensors since the 1980s. Almost all major astronomical instrumentation utilizes CCD detectors for scientific observations. This work tests the instrumental characteristics of the CCD camera (Atik 314L+) part of the LISA spectrograph eventually to be installed on the 60cm telescope at Tuorla observatory, University of Turku. We measured the associated gain and read out noise, and test these values against its manufacturer specifications.Summary: Characterization of a CCD camera for astronomical purpose
References: •A. Pereyra et al., „„Characterizing a CCD detector for astronomical purposes: OAUNI
Project‟‟ Revista TECNIA Vol.26 (2016)
• C. Stark, “on the bench Atik 314L+” AstroPhoto Insight (2009)*
• Atik series 3 camera manual & LISA spectrograph manual
• http://iraf.net/irafhelp.php?val=obsutil.findgain
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