Monthly Archives: February 2019

HPF Commissioning: A New Standard in the Near Infrared

We’ve been quiet… Our last post, made about a year ago, shared our excitement at having delivered HPF to its permanent home on HET, and recording the instrument’s first data.  Since then, we have been busy doing the hard work … Continue reading

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The HPF Astro-Comb

After beginning operations earlier this year, HPF continues to patiently watch for the subtle Doppler shifting of stellar spectra that hints at the back-and-forth tug of orbiting exoplanets. As described in previous blog posts, HPF records spectra on a detector … Continue reading

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