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OSIRIS is a near-infrared integral field spectrograph designed for the Keck Adaptive Optics System.
The instrument uses a lenslet array to sample a small rectangular patch of the sky at resolutions approaching the diffraction limit of the 10-meter Keck Telescope. OSIRIS will provide moderate spectral resolution (R~3800), and full broadband (z, J, H, and K) spectral coverage at over 1000 spatial locations in the AO-corrected field. The integral field design makes optimal use of new large-format (2048x2048) infrared arrays, and is well matched to the compact nature of AO targets.
|Principal Investigator:||James Larkin (UCLA)||OSIRIS References|
|Co-Principal Investigator:||Alfred Krabbe (UC Berkeley)|
|Project Scientist:||Andreas Quirrenbach (UCSD)|
SPEC lightpath cartoon.
OSIRIS on the K2 Nasmyth Deck