Instrumentation refers to the design, development, and use of tools and devices for scientific measurement and analysis. In astronomy, instruments play an important role in observing and understanding the universe. Astronomical instruments include telescopes, cameras, spectrometers, detectors, and other devices that enable astronomers to observe and analyze light and other forms of electromagnetic radiation emitted by celestial bodies. Advances in instrumentation have allowed astronomers to make increasingly precise measurements and collect large amounts of data from great distances. Instrumentation has also led to the development of new techniques such as interferometry and adaptive optics that have improved the resolution and sensitivity of telescopes. Instrumentation is an important and evolving field in our understanding of the universe.

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