x-ray spectrograph

x-ray spectrograph

[′eks ‚rā ′spek·trə‚graf]
(spectroscopy)
An x-ray spectrometer equipped with photographic or other recording apparatus; one application is fluorescence analysis.
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The X-ray spectrograph is "like a microscope without lenses," Buettner explains, so the image is reconstructed mathematically from the collected data, rather than physically by bending light beams using lenses.
The instrument, which cannot image objects but instead serves as a high-resolution X-ray spectrograph, clearly detected iron in hot gas throughout the relatively nearby Perseus cluster of galaxies, reports Peter J.