Posted by Robin Leadbeater at 12:44 on 2010 Sep 11
A big Thanks! to everyone who made it such a great meeting last weekend. Despite fighting a high wind and equipment gremlins and having to chase gaps in the clouds, eventually some low and high resolution spectroscopy was done at this historic site. Also a potentially important 90 year old plate showing a spectrum of epsilon Aurigae was unearthed in the archives. (see attached) Robin
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Robin (L) – probably the file was too big or the image size too large. To use the tag – has to be at most 800×800 and less than 150kb.I expect this would be the problem – Gary had something similar recently.Regards, Callum
Posted by Robin Leadbeater at 10:54 on 2010 Sep 13
Callum Potter wrote:
Robin (L) – probably the file was too big or the image size too large. To use the tag – has to be at most 800×800 and less than 150kb.
Thanks Callum,I had got the file size down below 150k but I got caught out by the 800×800 limit. images of the epsilon Aurigae spectrum are now attached to the original post and here is another image of me setting up my spectrograph at NLORobin