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NEID is an astronomical spectrograph designed to detect and measure masses of extrasolar planets using the Doppler technique. The instrument was funded by the NASA-NSF Exoplanet Observational Research (NN-EXPLORE) program to be designed and built by the Pennsylvania State University. The NEID Archive is operated by the NASA Exoplanet Science Institute (NExScI) located at the California Institute of Technology.

Solar data from NEID is served by the Solar Radial Velocity Archive.

News

  • WIYN nightly weather logs are available here or you can use the calendar below to select a date (format mm/dd/yyyy). The default date is last night's date. If you do a NEID Archive search, and click on a row in the results table, the observation date for that row/night will be entered into the calendar. Press the "Get Weather" button to see the weather log for that night.
  • Programmatic access to the tables of metadata and associated data products is provided via the PyNEID Python package. Documentation is available here.
  • Documentation for the NEID Data Reduction Pipeline is available here.



Observation date (UTC) Program ID
Program ID examples:
  • 2019B-1234
  • 2019B-2468
  • 2020A-9999
PI last name Coordinates or Object name
Coordinates examples:
  • 50.94000 -37.2614
  • 3h23m45.6s -37d15m41s
  • 50:56:24.0 -37:15:41.0
Object name examples:
  • 51 Peg
  • HD 209458
  • Kepler-186
  • Kepler-186 f
  • KOI 100.01
Data level

 mm/dd/yyyy

 radius = 30 arcsec