Images of galaxies in the first ever MANGA plate.
MaNGA Lead Observer (Anne-Marie Weijmans) plugging IFUs into an SDSS plate. Credit: SDSS.
Stacked spectra of more than 46,000 quasars from the SDSS; each spectrum has been converted to a single horizontal line, and they are stacked one above the other with the closest quasars at the bottom and the most distant quasars at the top.
Credit: X. Fan and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.
The SDSS Camera in its current home – a basement of the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. Image Credit: Xavier Poultney, SDSS.
An illustration of the arrangement of the CCDs and filters on the SDSS camera. Credit: SDSS.
APOGEE Logo by Gail Zasowski (Virginia)
MARVELS Calibration Arc by Eric Agol (Washington)
Inside the one of the red cameras of the BOSS spectrographs (Mike Carr)
Blue CCD for BOSS (Mike Carr)
BOSS Cameras – two red and two blue (Mike Carr)
Kyle Dawson at the back of SDSS telescope (spectrograph and cartridge visible)
Kyle Dawson and one of the BOSS cartridges with fibres visible
SDSS Telescope at Dusk (David Kirkby)
Plug Plates (David Kirkby)
Millions of M dwarfs in the SDSS ( John Bochanski)
APOGEE Targets (Helio Rocha-Pinto)
Co-citation network of Sloan Digital Sky Survey (see Zhang, Chen & Li 2009)
Link to SDSS-III artwork for banners This is a 18MB file and includes some images used in the SDSS brochure (from David Schlegel) and the SDSS-III webage.
See the previous SDSS image gallery at https://www.sdss.org/gallery/
Also, Reidar Hahn from the Fermilab Visual Media Services created some high resolution images of the telescope and SDSS data (see below). Credit for these should go to them, while in addition, the credit for the composite image of Andromeda Galaxy taken with SDSS telescope should be, The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Collaboration, www.sdss.org or simply “The SDSS Collaboration, www.sdss.org”. Here are the links:
Composite image of Andromeda Galaxy taken with Sloan Digital Sky Survey Telescope