28 July 2014 HARPS-N @ TNG, two year harvesting data: performances and results
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The planet hunter HARPS-N[1], in operation at the Telescopio Nazionale Galileo (TNG)[13] from April 2012 is a highresolution spectrograph designed to achieve a very high radial velocity precision measurement thanks to an ultra stable environment and in a temperature-controlled vacuum. The main part of the observing time was devoted to Kepler field and achieved a very important result with the discovery of a terrestrial exoplanet. After two year of operation, we are able to show the performances and the results of the instrument.
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Rosario Cosentino, Rosario Cosentino, Christophe Lovis, Christophe Lovis, Francesco Pepe, Francesco Pepe, Andrew Collier Cameron, Andrew Collier Cameron, David W. Latham, David W. Latham, Emilio Molinari, Emilio Molinari, Stephane Udry, Stephane Udry, Naidu Bezawada, Naidu Bezawada, Nicolas Buchschacher, Nicolas Buchschacher, Pedro Figueira, Pedro Figueira, Michel Fleury, Michel Fleury, Adriano Ghedina, Adriano Ghedina, Alexander G. Glenday, Alexander G. Glenday, Manuel Gonzalez, Manuel Gonzalez, Jose Guerra, Jose Guerra, David Henry, David Henry, Ian Hughes, Ian Hughes, Charles Maire, Charles Maire, Fatemeh Motalebi, Fatemeh Motalebi, David Forrest Phillips, David Forrest Phillips, } "HARPS-N @ TNG, two year harvesting data: performances and results", Proc. SPIE 9147, Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy V, 91478C (28 July 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2055813; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2055813
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