The way of optimally processing the UVEX spectra is a subject in its own right and will be the subject of other pages in the future. We suggest the reader should wait a little bit, knowing that there is already work to do if you want to make your copy of UVEX!
But while waiting, here is a set of characteristic spectra coming from this spectrograph, which give an idea of the possibilities. Note also the diversity of possible configurations. These data have a real scientific value and were acquired during the development phase of the UVEX project.
A sample of Be stars UV spectra:
UV and blue spectrum of P Cygni star (34 Cyg) taken by using a 1200 traits/mm grating and a narrow slit (14 microns). The spectral resolution is preferred here rather than the radiometric resolution. The telescope is relatively modest, a Celestron 8: :
Moon spectrum (i.e. solar spectrum) near H&K Ca II lines:
Mesure du spectre de réflectance de la planète Uranus :