The Observatoire du Mont-Mégantic offers a range of advanced instruments for astronomical research, both on site installed on its 1.6-metre telescope (shown here pointed at zenith) and conceived in its Experimental Astrophysics Laboratory. These instruments enable researchers to explore celestial phenomena with precision and depth, contributing to our understanding of the cosmos.
On clear nights, observing technicians and astronomers open the dome doors to allow the telescope to collect light from space. This light is processed by a variety of instruments at the observatory. Credit: Robert Newton
At the Mont-Mégantic Observatory, we offer a sophisticated array of instruments, meticulously designed to unravel the secrets of the Universe. From infrared imagers to advanced spectrographs, our arsenal empowers astronomers and researchers to delve deeper into the skies.