Clio is a 1-5 micron imager, coronagraph, and low spectral resolution spectrometer built to exploit the unique sensitivity and resolution of deformable secondary AO systems. It was used from 2006-2011 on the MMT. In 2012, it was moved to Magellan, to be used with the MagAO
Clio2 was upgraded with a new 512x1024 HAWAII-1 array in May 2010. The camera is currently available on a collaborative basis. Inquiries into the availability of the instrument should be made to Phil Hinz, Laird Close, or Katie Morzinski.
Download the entire manual in PDF form (as of Nov. 2014), thanks to Alycia Weinberger:
- Info for taking your observations:
- Checklists, cookbooks, camera operation, scripts, etc.
- Resources: Magellan weather info, etc.
- Info for reducing data:
- Calibration data, filters info, how to rotate your images to get North up, etc.
- Info for helping with observing:
- How to align the Narrow and Wide cameras, software, etc.
- Info for maintenance:
- Setting up, cool down, filter exchange, etc.