Instrumentierungsprojekte

Instrumentierungsprojekte der Abteilung PSF

Die Abteilung PSF ist an einer Reihe von astronomischen Instrumentenprojekten beteiligt, die von Weltrauminstrumenten wie MIRI und Interferometern mit langer Basislinie wie GRAVITY bis hin zu Instrumenten der Adaptiven Optik wie SPHERE reichen.

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METIS is one of the three first instruments for the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT), Europe’s next-generation ground-based telescope for optical and infrared wavelengths which is currently under construction at the ESO site at Cerro Armazones in Chile.

METIS

METIS is one of the three first instruments for the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT), Europe’s next-generation ground-based telescope for optical and infrared wavelengths which is currently under construction at the ESO site at Cerro Armazones in Chile. [mehr]
GRAVITY is a 2nd generation near-infrared VLTI instrument that combines the light of the four unit or four auxiliary telescopes of the ESO Paranal observatory in Chile.

GRAVITY

GRAVITY is a 2nd generation near-infrared VLTI instrument that combines the light of the four unit or four auxiliary telescopes of the ESO Paranal observatory in Chile. [mehr]
The main objective of SPHERE is to detect and characterize, by means of direct imaging, giant exoplanets in orbit around nearby stars.

SPHERE

The main objective of SPHERE is to detect and characterize, by means of direct imaging, giant exoplanets in orbit around nearby stars. [mehr]
 
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