Astronomical Spectroscopy

In this, spectroscopy tools are used to derive many properties of stars and galaxies, such as their composition and movement. This study is based on using different spectroscopy techniques to measure the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation, including the visible radio and light which radiates from stars and other celestial objects. Many properties such as temperature, density, mass, distance, chemical composition, and relative motion can be revealed by a stellar spectrum using Doppler shift measurements. Astronomical Spectroscopy can also provide us with the physical properties of many other celestial objects such as planets, galaxies, nebulae, and active galactic nuclei.

  • Optical spectroscopy
  • Radio spectroscopy
  • Interstellar medium
  • Doppler Effect and Redshift
  • Peculiar motion
  • Binary stars
  • Gunn–Peterson trough

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