Three compact, grating spectrographs have been designed and constructed: a high-speed <i>f</i>/0.87 spectrograph, an <i>f</i>/6.8 larger dispersion spectrograph, and an ultraviolet spectrograph with quartz optics. All use commercially available lenses and 4×5 in. camera backs. Resolution of better than 2 Å is attainable with all three instruments.
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