F. M. Zerbi, F. Bouchy, J. P. U. Fynbo, R. Maiolino, N. E. Piskunov, R. Rebolo Lůpez, N. C. Santos, K. Strassmeier, S. Udry, L. Vanzi, M. Riva, A. Basden, I. Boisse, X. Bonfils, D. Buscher, A. Cabral, P. Di Marcantonio, I. Di Varano, D. Henry, M. A. Monteiro, T. Morris, G. Murray, E. Oliva, I. Parry, F. Pepe, A. Quirrenbach, J. L. Rasilla, P. Rees, E. Stempels, L. Valenziano, M. Wells, F. Wildi, L. Origlia, C. A. Prieto, A. Chiavassa, S. Cristiani, P. Figueira, B. Gustafsson, A. Hatzes, M. Haehnelt, K. Heng, G. Israelian, O. Kochukhov, C. Lovis, A. Marconi, C. J. A. P. Martins, P. Noterdaeme, P. Petitjean, T. Puzia, D. Queloz, A. Reiners, M. Zoccali
The current instrumentation plan for the E-ELT foresees a High Resolution Spectrograph conventionally indicated as HIRES. Shaped on the study of extra-solar planet atmospheres, Pop-III stars and fundamental physical constants, HIRES is intended to embed observing modes at high-resolution (up to R=150000) and large spectral range (from the blue limit to the K band) useful for a large suite of science cases that can exclusively be tackled by the E-ELT. We present in this paper the solution for HIRES envisaged by the "HIRES initiative", the international collaboration established in 2013 to pursue a HIRES on E-ELT.
Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy V
S. K. Ramsay, I. S. McLean, H. Takami
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