Astronomical Spectroscopy

Astronomical spectroscopy is the study which is used to measure three major bands of radiation: visible spectrum, radio, and X-ray. Though all spectroscopy looks at specific areas of the spectrum, different approaches are required to acquire the signal depending upon the frequency. Ozone (O3) and the molecular oxygen (O2) absorb light with wavelengths only under 300 nm, that means meaning the X-ray and ultraviolet spectroscopy requires the use of a satellite telescope or rocket mounted detectors. Radio signals have much longer wavelengths than of the optical signals and it requires the use of antennas or radio dishes.

  • Emission spectrum
  • Photometry
  • Prism
  • Quasars
  • 3D Image
  • Helium Spectra
  • Astrometry
  • Celestial Mechanics
  • Telescopes

Related Conference of Astronomical Spectroscopy

August 19-20, 2019

4th International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

| Park inn by Radisson Heathrow, London, UK
August 19-20, 2019

Asia Pacific Physics Conference

Tokyo, Japan
September 16-17, 2019

Global Meet on Astrophysics & Space Science

Amsterdam, Netherlands
October 14-15, 2019

5th International Conference on Physics

London, UK
November 25-26, 2019

European Meet on Laser, Optics & Photonics

Paris, France
March 09-10, 2020

International Conference on Physics

Rome, Italy
MARCH 20-21, 2020

World Congress on Physics

Paris, France
April 20-21, 2020

16th International Conference on Optics, Lasers & Photonics

Amsterdam-Netherlands

Astronomical Spectroscopy Conference Speakers

Recommended Sessions

Related Journals

Are you interested in