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- In a spectroscopic manner; by the use of the spectroscope.
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"If we can 'spectroscopically' detect a small amount of protein in a person's teardrops, we may be able to provide a new diagnostic tool for detecting cataracts early on and potentially many other eye diseases."
I posit the Moon and Mars shouldn't even be in the running based upon fundamental physics, rather it should be the near Earth asteroids, Phobos and Deimos, and that amazing new and mysterious fifth planet Ceres, or even a medium sized spectroscopically identified nickel iron asteroid (PGMs).
Even detecting a companion spectroscopically would be difficult if not impossible.
Those ionized atoms can then be identified spectroscopically or by using a filter to search for the wavelength at which those atoms will emit light as new electrons settle down into the previously vacated orbitals.
The full spectrum coverage also allows for estimates of redshift an indicator of distance for galaxies too faint to have their redshift taken spectroscopically.
I do realize the difference in spectroscopically derived redshifts and less accurate photometric redshifts used to estimate distances.
If so, why would this photometrically measured redshift be especially relevant compared to the 2006 spectroscopically derived redshift possibly as means to confirm the validity of the Lyman dropout value derived with their new apparatus?
It is a very young open cluster, which has been extensively studied spectroscopically.
Examining the tail spectroscopically, the team was unable to detect the presence of large numbers of stars suggesting tidal processes were not responsible.
Jon Hanford: We are talking spectroscopically confirmed redshifts here.