RSpec runs on Windows XP and up.
Use the link below to download a fully-enabled trial version that’s good for 30-days.
When you purchase the software, we’ll send you a key that will unlock this trial version, removing the 30-day limitation.
To download version 126.96.36.199, click this link.
Alternate download link.
If you need more than thirty days, let us know via our contact form (link) and we may be able send you an extension for you to continue evaluating the software.
Purchasing an update
If when you install the software it tells you that you need to purchase an update, you can do so at this link.
Workshop Video and sample files
Earlier software versions
Version 1.4: link.
Version 188.8.131.52: link.
Version 184.108.40.206: link.
Version 220.127.116.11: link.
Sample Albireo files
RSpec Version 1.8 contained a new feature that allows you to correct for instrument response in real time or with a single mouse click.
Use these links to download the sample Albireo files that we used to create the tutorial video that explained this feature. (Version 1.8 “Update/New Features 12″) Video sample: link. Image sample: link. Instrument response file: link.
Dale Mais has contributed 20 new elements to our Element library. These elements are just the more common and generally easy to identify. The oddest one may be technetium (#43) because it has no stable isotopes. As a result it is not found on earth (the longest lived isotope is ~2 million years), yet it is very well observed in Carbon and S type stars which means it is being made and dredged up to surface.
There many types of stars with very peculiar abundances of some elements (such as Strontium stars or barium stars or cobalt stars.) There are some stars that have peculiar combinations of elements (chromium/europium, manganese/mercury, etc). Many of the others are easy to find so they were included.
To add these elements to RSpec, unzip to the Documents\RSpec\ElementsCustom folder. Download link.