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Staff Contacts for Telescope and Instrument Questions

You know you want to do IR spectroscopy but you aren't sure if PHOENIX is the right instrument. Do you really need 4-m or 2.1-m time? Our resident experts for general capabilities are available to assist you as needed. Please contact any of these people by email (first initial+last name@noao.edu) or by calling observer support at 520-318-8279. You can also email any questions you might have to kpno@noao.edu and we'll put you in touch with the right person.

Telescope Scientists

Mayall 4-meter      D. Joyce WIY++ 0.9-meter M. Richmond
WIYN 3.5-meter J. Rajagopal    

Instrument Scientist (science questions) - Staff Contact (setup questions)


Optical Spectroscopy: Instrument Scientist Staff Contact
KOSMOS V. Smith, S. Points D. Willmarth, D. Harmer
WIYN Hydra D. Harmer D. Harmer, D. Willmarth
WIYN IFUs M. Bershady (PI, UW) D. Harmer, D. Willmarth
GradPak M. Bershady (PI, UW: shared risk, contact Bershady prior to applying) D. Harmer, D. Willmarth
HexPak M. Bershady (PI, UW: shared risk, contact Bershady prior to applying) D. Harmer, D. Willmarth

Optical Imaging:    
MOSAIC 3 Arjun Dey, H. Schweiker H. Schweiker, D. Willmarth
HDI - 0.9m F. Haase F. Haase
ODI D. Harbeck D. Harbeck, J. Rajagopal, W. Liu
NESSI / Speckle Mark Everett Mark Everett

IR Imaging:    
NEWFIRM R. Probst, L. Allen R. Probst, D. Joyce, L. Allen
WIYN WHIRC D. Joyce, L. Allen D. Joyce, L. Allen

Ancillaries:    
Filters D. Joyce D. Willmarth

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