Princeton Instruments announced that it will attend the 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society in the Washington, D.C., area from January 8 to January 12, 2018. All delegates are welcome to visit the company´s booth #327 in Prince George´s Exhibit Hall at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center (National Harbor, Maryland) during the conference.
Princeton Instruments designs and manufactures state-of-the-art cameras, spectrographs, optics, and coatings, providing innovative technologies that meet the very latest challenges in astronomy. Hundreds of Princeton Instruments cameras have been supplied to leading observatories around the world. Deeper detector cooling, quicker device readout, higher ultraviolet to shortwave-infrared sensitivity, backthinned CMOS and CCD sensors, InGaAs focal plane arrays, and aberration-free spectrographs are just a few of Princeton Instruments´ key market contributions. In addition to off-the-shelf and customized hardware, the company offers an unrivaled set of software tools available for astronomy applications.
â€We understand the formidable technical requirements of today´s astronomers, including the need to collect, store, and analyze enormous amounts of data,â€ notes Michael Melle, Imaging Business Unit Manager at Princeton Instruments. â€Drawing on six decades of experience serving the astronomy community, we´ve developed one of the most comprehensive software and hardware ecosystems for modern observatories.â€
For more information about Princeton Instruments´ many solutions for astronomical imaging and spectroscopy, please download the company´s brand-new brochure, Astronomy: UV-VIS-SWIR Cameras and Spectrographs.