Abstract

We describe the development of a broadband astro-comb providing wavelength coverage of 500 - 620 nm, which is deployed as a wavelength calibration source for the HARPS-N spectrograph to detect and characterize long-period exoplanets.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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