Schmitt, John L.
4th Annual UMR Undergraduate Research Symposium (1994: Mar. 23, Rolla, MO)
Measurements of the variation of the Can K line profile using very modest equipment is discussed. The equipment used included a Spex 0.75 meter spectrometer, a Santa Barbara Instrument Group 16 bit ST-6 Charge Coupled Device (CCD) camera, fiber optic cable, and a 10-inch Cassegrain telescope. Observations were made in both regions of little or no solar activity as well as in regions of high solar activity (sunspots). A roughly 8% increase in Ca II K emission was observed over a sunspot. The combination of the unique observing apparatus and the intensity resolution of the CCD camera was essential for the success of the experiment.
23 Mar 1994
Smith, Christopher P., "Solar Spectroscopy using 50 Meters of Fiber Optic Cable and CCD Camera" (1994). Opportunities for Undergraduate Research Experience Program (OURE). 17.