MARVEL: extracting high-precision radial velocities of exoplanet

N. Jannsen*, J. De Ridder, D. Seynaeve, J. Stürmer, J. Pember, C. Schwab, L. A. Buchhave, G. Raskin, B. Vandenbussche, H. Sana, A. Tkachenko, P. Royer, W. De Meester, H. Van Winckel, I. Ribas

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The future ESA space mission PLATO [1] aims to detect thousands of exoplanets, including Earth-like planets, and to constrain their radius and mean density. To achieve this goal, the photometric observations needs to be complemented by ground-based observations to measure the Radial Velocity (RV) of the exoplanet host stars. MARVEL [2] is such a facility with the ability to probe a RV uncertainty down to 1 m/s using four 80 cm telescopes linked through optical fibers to a single highresolution échelle spectrograph.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2022
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventSPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation (2022) - Montreal, Canada
Duration: 17 Jul 202223 Jul 2022


ConferenceSPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation (2022)


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