Precision single mode fibre integral field spectroscopy with the RHEA spectrograph

@inproceedings{Rains2016PrecisionSM,
  title={Precision single mode fibre integral field spectroscopy with the RHEA spectrograph},
  author={A. Rains and M. Ireland and N. Jovanovic and T. Feger and J. Bento and C. Schwab and D. Coutts and O. Guyon and A. Arri{\'o}la and S. Gross},
  booktitle={Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation},
  year={2016}
}
The RHEA Spectrograph is a single-mode echelle spectrograph designed to be a replicable and cost effective method of undertaking precision radial velocity measurements. Two versions of RHEA currently exist, one located at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia (450 - 600nm wavelength range), and another located at the Subaru Telescope in Hawaii, USA (600 - 800 nm wavelength range). Both instruments have a novel fibre feed consisting of an integral field unit injecting light… Expand
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