Difference: WebHome (1 vs. 11)

Revision 112009-08-07 - AntoninBouchez

Line: 1 to 1
 
META TOPICPARENT
Line: 18 to 18
 
Changed:
<
<

Documentation

>
>
Please see the Oxford SWIFT site for specifications, science case, early results, etc.
 
Changed:
<
<

Technical Reference

>
>

Local Documentation

 
Deleted:
<
<

Related Links

  • Palomar LGS
  • PALM-3000
  •  

    Revision 102009-05-08 - AntoninBouchez

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT
    Deleted:
    <
    <

    SWIFT Project Web

     
    Changed:
    <
    <
    SWIFT is an I-z band AO-assisted integral field spectrograph designed and built by the University of Oxford (PI: Niranjan Thatte). It combines high efficiency, low sky background, sensitive deep-depletion CCDs, and high order AO correction to complement near-infrared diffraction-limited IFS on 8-10m class telescopes. SWIFT is currently deployed behind the 241-actuator PALMAO system, at the Cassegrain focus of the Hale 5.1m telescope.
    >
    >

    SWIFT Project Web

    SWIFT is an I-z band AO-assisted integral field spectrograph designed and built by the University of Oxford (PI: Niranjan Thatte). It combines high throughput, sensitive deep-depletion CCDs, high order adaptive optics correction, and low sky background to achieve exquisite sensitivity for extragalactic science. SWIFT saw first light on the 5.1 m Hale telescope in October 2008, and is currently fully available to the Palomar community.

     

    Partners: University of Oxford, Caltech

    Deleted:
    <
    <

    Latest News

     
    swift_open.png
    Deleted:
    <
    <
    SWIFT with light baffles removed
     

    Documentation

    Added:
    >
    >
     
    Deleted:
    <
    <
     

    Technical Reference

    Changed:
    <
    <
    >
    >
     
    Changed:
    <
    <
    >
    >

    Related Links

  • Palomar LGS
  • PALM-3000
  •  
    Line: 44 to 53
     
    Deleted:
    <
    <
    • swift_open.png:

     
    META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="swift_open.png" attr="" comment="" date="1241742903" name="swift_open.png" path="swift_open.png" size="332068" stream="swift_open.png" user="Main.AntoninBouchez" version="1"

    Revision 92009-05-08 - AntoninBouchez

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT
    Changed:
    <
    <

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Partners: Oxford University, Caltech

    >
    >

    SWIFT Project Web

     
    Changed:
    <
    <

    Project Documentation:

    >
    >

    SWIFT is an I-z band AO-assisted integral field spectrograph designed and built by the University of Oxford (PI: Niranjan Thatte). It combines high efficiency, low sky background, sensitive deep-depletion CCDs, and high order AO correction to complement near-infrared diffraction-limited IFS on 8-10m class telescopes. SWIFT is currently deployed behind the 241-actuator PALMAO system, at the Cassegrain focus of the Hale 5.1m telescope.

    Partners: University of Oxford, Caltech

    Latest News

    swift_open.png
    SWIFT with light baffles removed

    Documentation

     
    Changed:
    <
    <
    >
    >
     
    Changed:
    <
    <

    Technical Reference:

    >
    >

    Technical Reference

     
    Line: 27 to 48
      \ No newline at end of file
    Added:
    >
    >
    • swift_open.png:

    META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="swift_open.png" attr="" comment="" date="1241742903" name="swift_open.png" path="swift_open.png" size="332068" stream="swift_open.png" user="Main.AntoninBouchez" version="1"

    Revision 82009-04-25 - AntoninBouchez

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Partners: Oxford University, Caltech

    Project Documentation:

    Added:
    >
    >
     

    Revision 72008-09-04 - AntoninBouchez

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Partners: Oxford University, Caltech

    Project Documentation:

    Changed:
    <
    <
    >
    >
     

    Technical Reference:

    Revision 62008-07-16 - AntoninBouchez

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Line: 22 to 22
     (advanced search)
    Added:
    >
    >
     \ No newline at end of file

    Revision 52007-12-12 - AntoninBouchez

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Line: 10 to 10
     

    Technical Reference:

    Changed:
    <
    <
    >
    >
     
    Deleted:
    <
    <
     

    Revision 42007-12-08 - AntoninBouchez

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Line: 13 to 13
     
    Deleted:
    <
    <
     

    Revision 32006-12-04 - MatthewBritton

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Revision 22006-11-01 - Adpf

    Line: 1 to 1
     
    META TOPICPARENT

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Revision 12006-10-31 - AnuM

    Line: 1 to 1
    Added:
    >
    >
    META TOPICPARENT

    OIR Palomar/SWIFT Project web

    Project Scope: Design, build, and deploy an AO-fed integral field spectrograph

    Partners: Oxford University, Caltech

    Project Documentation:

    Technical Reference:


    (advanced search)
     
    This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platform Powered by PerlCopyright © 2008-2020 by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
    Ideas, requests, problems regarding TWiki? Send feedback