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AAPSThe Anglo-Australian Planet Search has cataloged planets around more than 240 nearby stars of the southern hemisphere.
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The Anglo-Australian Planet Search (AAPS) was a long-term program carried out on the 3.9m Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) to search for giant planets around more than 240 nearby Solar-type stars with V<8. It used the "Doppler wobble" technique to search for these otherwise invisible extra-solar planets, and achieve the highest long-term precision demonstrated by any Southern Hemisphere planet search.
|Jan. 1, 1998|