Fiber-optic Improved Next-generation Doppler Search for Exo-Earths

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The Fiber-Optic Improved Next-Generation Doppler Search for Exo-Earths (FINDS Exo-Earths) is a radial-velocity spectrograph developed by Debra Fischer. It is installed on the 3m telescope in Lick Observatory in Mount Hamilton. In operation since 2009. Is used to verify exoplanet candidates found by Kepler.

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