4 October 2007 TEDI: the TripleSpec Exoplanet Discovery Instrument
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The TEDI (TripleSpec Exoplanet Discovery Instrument) will be the first instrument fielded specifically for finding low-mass stellar companions. The instrument is a near infra-red interferometric spectrometer used as a radial velocimeter. TEDI joins Externally Dispersed Interferometery (EDI) with an efficient, medium-resolution, near IR (0.9 - 2.4 micron) echelle spectrometer, TripleSpec, at the Palomar 200 telescope. We describe the instrument and its radial velocimetry demonstration program to observe cool stars.
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Jerry Edelstein, Jerry Edelstein, Matthew Ward Muterspaugh, Matthew Ward Muterspaugh, David J. Erskine, David J. Erskine, W. Michael Feuerstein, W. Michael Feuerstein, Mario Marckwordt, Mario Marckwordt, Ed Wishnow, Ed Wishnow, James P. Lloyd, James P. Lloyd, Terry Herter, Terry Herter, Phillip Muirhead, Phillip Muirhead, George E. Gull, George E. Gull, Charles Henderson, Charles Henderson, Stephen C. Parshley, Stephen C. Parshley, } "TEDI: the TripleSpec Exoplanet Discovery Instrument", Proc. SPIE 6693, Techniques and Instrumentation for Detection of Exoplanets III, 66930W (4 October 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.735474; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.735474


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