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Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series
Spectroscopy is a three part process. The first part is to obtain a usable spectrum. The second part is to process the spectrum, apply corrections and calibrate for wavelength. The final step is perhaps the most exciting -the analysis and identification of the "fingerprints." The tools and techniques you'll need to carry out each aspect of the work are covered in the following chapters. We are now ready to record our first spectrum. Here we will discuss the different ways we can connect thedoi:10.1007/978-1-4614-1397-4_2 fatcat:akhuo5wihzakpoffzed4446dou