Abstract

Laser frequency combs have found their way from laboratory spectroscopy into astronomy to serve as calibrators for spectrographs. Boosting the precision available in astronomical spectroscopy, this might pave the way to many new discoveries. In this tutorial we give an overview on this recent development

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