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
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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Imaging and Modeling of Binaries with NPOI
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accuracy adaptive optics algorithm amplitude angle angular diameter aperture array ASP Conference Series astrometric Astronomy Astrophysics atmospheric baseline beam combiner Beichman binary binary star calibration Center Colavita component configuration delay line detection detector diffraction disk distance dust emission error extrasolar planets fibers Figure filter fringe tracking function Galactic galaxies giants grid stars ground-based Hipparcos infrared instrument integration ISBN Jet Propulsion Laboratory Keck Interferometer Labeyrie laser light magnitude mass measurements metrology mirror mission mode NASA noise observations Observatory obtained orbit output parallax parameters phase photometric photon pixel planets position proper motion pupil R.V. Stachnick radial velocity ratio resolution Roddier rotation S.C. Unwin sensitivity Shao signal simulations solar Space Space Interferometry Mission spacecraft spatial spectral SPIE stellar Strehl ratio structure target star technique Technology telescope Terrestrial Planet Finder visibility wavefront wavelength Woolf