Map of Observations
The Copernicus satellite, known initially as the Orbiting Astrophysical Observatory 3, obtained high-resolution spectra in the far- and near-ultraviolet of 551 UV sources, mostly bright stars. The satellite also featured an X-ray experiment, the data for which are hosted at HEASARC. The Copernicus mission was a collaboration between NASA and the SERC of the United Kingdom, and was operated by Princeton University (PI: Lyman Spitzer).
August, 1972 - February, 1981
U1 channel: R ~ 23,000
U2 channel: R ~ 5,000
- UV Spectroscopy
Copernicus Classic web form for raw data.
Copernicus Classic web form for coadded data.
A table of the targets observed by the Copernicus mission.
Copernicus Atlases of 6 Selected Stars (HLSP: COPATLAS).