Astronomical Spectra(Slide Set Number 116)
 
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  • Slide 1: Orionis
  • Slide 2: Spica (? Virginis)
  • Slide 3: Regulus (? Leonis) (Missing)
  • Slide 4: Rigel (? Orionis) (Missing)
  • Slide 5: Vega (? Lyrae)
  • Slide 6: Sirius (? Canis Majoris) (Missing)
  • Slide 7: Deneb (? Cygni) (Missing)
  • Slide 8: Altair (? Aquilae)
  • Slide 9: Procyon (? Canis Minoris)
  • Slide 10: Capella (? Aurigae)
  • Slide 11: Pollux (? Geminorium)
  • Slide 12: Arcturus (? Bootis)
  • Slide 13: Aldebaran (? Tauri) (Missing)
  • Slide 14: Betelgeuse (? Orionis) (Missing)
  • Slide 15: Pleiades star cluster (Missing)
  • Slide 16: Two monochromatic images of the Orion nebula (Missing)
  • Slide 17: Spectral images of the planetary nebula NGC 7009 (Missing)
  • Slide 18: Nova Cygni 1975
  • Slide 19: Jupiter
  • Slide 20: Mars
  • Slide 21: Flash spectrum at 1970 total eclipse of sun (Missing)
  • Slide 22: Near mid-totality shows coronal spectrum with green ring (Missing)
  • Slide 23: 1960 Leonid fireball
  • Slide 24: Comet west 1976
  • Slide 25: Rising moon with a diffraction grating (Missing)
  • Slide 26: Tungsten light source spectrum (Missing)
  • Slide 27: Mercury vapor light source (Missing)
  • Slide 28: Sodium vapor light source
  • Slide 29: Comparison spectrum for identification of spectral lines (a)
  • Slide 30: Comparison spectrum for identification of spectral lines (b)
 
 

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