PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 269 - Frontier Research in Astrophysics – II (FRAPWS2016) - Ongoing Experiments
GIARPS: the VIS–NIR high precision radial velocity facility TNG
R. Claudi*, S. Benatti, I. Carleo, A. Ghedina, G. Micela, E. Molinari, E. Oliva, A. Tozzi and  GIARPS Team
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Pre-published on: August 06, 2017
Published on: November 15, 2017
GIARPS (GIAno & haRPS – n) is a project devoted to have on the same focal station of the Tele-scopio Nazionale Galileo (TNG) both the high resolution spectrographs HARPS-N in the visible and GIANO in the NIR working simultaneously. This allows to have such a unique facility in the north hemisphere on duty at the TNG that could be considered the first and unique worldwide instrument providing cross-dispersed echelle spectroscopy at a resolution of 50,000 and over a wide spectral range (0.390−2.45μm) in a single exposure. The science case is very broad, given the versatility of such an instrument and the large wavelength range. A number of outstanding science cases encompassing mainly extra-solar planet science starting from rocky planet search and hot Jupiters atmosphere characterization can be considered. Furthermore both instruments can measure high precision radial velocity by means the simultaneous calibration technique (HARPS – N) and absorption cell technique (GIANO) in a single exposure. Other science cases are also possible. Young stars and proto-planetary disks, cool stars and stellar populations, moving minor bodies in the solar system, bursting young stellar objects, cataclysmic variables and X–ray binary transients in our Galaxy, supernovae up to gamma-ray bursts in the very distant and young Universe, can take advantage of the unicity of this facility both in terms of contemporaneous wide wavelength range and high resolution spectroscopy.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.269.0070
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