Hello everyone, I'm Sauro Gaudenzi, I'm also a city scientist who collaborates with several projects of the zooniverse.org platform and exactly with Disk Detective, Planet Hunters Tess, Supernova Hunters, and others but in a minor way, now my question is this: I place a Skywatcher Evostar 72/420 apochromatic telescope, a Skywatcher Star Adventurer 2i wifi astrotracker, a canon eos 1100d modified fullspectrum and an unmodified one, a zwo asi 224mc, a teleguide, perhaps adding a filter for spectrography (type Star Analyser SA-100 or other type of filter), with this configuration it is possible to calculate or observe the spectrometry of a YSO? Thank you very much for your cooperation
Spectra of YSOs sounds wonderful!
I’m a DSLR photometry observer, and really can’t answer your question, sorry. I know they have released a Spectroscopy manual, which is available on the website. I’m sure you would find it useful. I suggest you post your questions on the Spectroscopy forum- this is a new technique and those folks should be able to point you in the right direction.
Your equipment sounds suitable for photometry, with the only exception being your modified Canon DSLR. Your ZWO camera should fall under the guidelines for DSLR photometry as it sounds like a one-shot color camera.