Solar Physics Division Meeting 2000, June 19-22
Session 2. Corona, Solar Wind, Flares, CMEs, Solar-stellar, Instrumentation, Other
Display, Chair: J. Krall, Monday-Thursday, June 19, 2000, 8:00am-6:00pm, Forum Ballroom

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[2.101] Having Our Cake and Eating it, Too: Fast Imaging Spectroscopy With a Multi-Order Slitless Spectrograph

C. C. Kankelborg, D. W. Longcope, P. C. H. Martens (Department of Physics, Montana State University)

We describe a new type of EUV imaging spectrograph that combines high spectral, spatial and temporal resolution. The instrument consists of a slitless spectrograph with cameras placed at several diffraction orders. The unique information derived from simultaneous imaging at multiple orders allows the deconvolution of spectral and spatial information, thus overcoming the limitations of a traditional slitless spectrograph.

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