|The Ohio State University
College of Mathematical & Physical Sciences
Department of Astronomy
|Cerro-Tololo Interamerican Observatory
La Serena, Chile
|OSIRIS (the Ohio State InfraRed Imager/Spectrometer) is a multi-purpose
infrared imager & spectrometer built by the Ohio State University.
It is currently deployed at the CTIO 4-m Blanco and 1.5-m telescopes as
a facility IR instrument. OSIRIS operates at wavelengths from 0.9 to 2.4
microns and uses a 1024x1024 HAWAII HgCdTe array supplied by CTIO.
These links provide access to all online documentation for OSIRIS and related systems. The first set are of greatest interest to general observers while the second set is primarily intended for CTIO and OSU technical support personnel. Many documents are available in HTML, PostScript, and PDF formats.
All OSIRIS observers are required to acknowledge the support of these sponsors in any publications resulting from OSIRIS data.