Keck Week Video #4: MOSFIRE: Early Results and Prospects – Dr. Charles Steidel

With first light in April, 2012, MOSFIRE is the latest, extremely powerful instrument in the Keck Observatory arsenal, allowing scientists to gather data on chemical makeup, distance and velocity (to name a few) on up to 46 cosmic objects at once. Dr. Charles Steidel from Caltech talks about MOSFIRE's early impact on science as recorded during the Keck Week Science Meeting.(Please be patient while video loads.)

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Keck 1 LRIS-ADC is scheduled with CIT observers. Keck 2 NIRSPEC is scheduled for CIT observers. Sun set 07:05:00pm rise 05:33:00am
We are setting up LRIS-ADC on Keck 1 for CIT observers, DEIMOS on Keck 2 for CIT observers. Sun set 07:04:00pm rise 05:33:00am
NASA observers will work with LRISP-ADC tonight. And CIT observers will work with DEIMOS. Sun set 07:04:00pm rise 05:33:00am
Observers from KECK will use LRISP-ADC on Keck 1, while on Keck 2, CIT observers will use DEIMOS. Sun set 07:03:00pm rise 05:33:00am
Great story on the front page of the Star Advertiser this Sunday. #AstronomyMatters bit.ly/1QY1ww9