Working on the fringe: optical and IR interferometry from ground and space : proceedings of a conference held at Dana Point, California, USA, 24-27 May, 1999

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Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 1999 - Science - 485 pages
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From the May 1999 conference come 90 contributions exploring aspects of interferometric imaging and its uses for astronometrical measurement. The papers are organized into sections devoted to the scientific potential of astrometry with interferometry, astrometric interferometry from ground and space, the potential of synthesis imaging, imaging with interferometry from ground and space, nulling interferometry, and the future of optical/IR interferometry. A few specific topics include the detection of extrasolar planets with the space interferometry mission, differential phase mode with the Keck interferometer, and initial results of a white light nulled fringe.

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Interferometry of Binary Stars with the HST Fine Guidance Sensor
Imaging and Modeling of Binaries with NPOI

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