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On each orbit, the planets pull the star slightly, which can be detected by the Doppler effect.
Also new this year, in the wake of Sandy, NOAA will receive real time Doppler radar data from its “Hurricane Hunter” planes.Hurricane Season Is Starting, and Projections Are Higher Than Average|Eliza Shapiro|May 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The idea, initiated by Christian Doppler at Prague in 1842, was originally applied to sound.
The method of detecting binary stars by means of the spectroscope is an application of Doppler's principle.
The principle that the refrangibility of light is altered by end-on motion was enunciated by Christian Doppler of Prague in 1842.
Angle, strength and Doppler movement were computed to find course and distance.Planet of the Damned|Harry Harrison
Spectroscopic determinations of the velocities, through the Doppler-principle, are generally expressed in km.Lectures on Stellar Statistics|Carl Vilhelm Ludvig Charlier