Precise characterisation of small planets around M dwarfs: the CARMENES-TESS follow-up program

Rafael Luque - Instituto de Astrofisica de CanariasDec 15, 2020
Planet Detection
Instrumentation & Observational techniques
transit
radial velocity
RV
M dwarfs
low mass stars
TESS
CARMENES
small planets
radius valley
The CARMENES instrument, mounted on the 3.5m telescope in Calar Alto Observatory (Spain), is a dual echelle spectrograph covering the wavelength ranges from 0.52 to 0.96 µm and from 0.96 to 1.71 µm, each of which performs high-accuracy long-term stable radial-velocity measurements. Since January 2016, it conducts a survey of ...
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