9 June 1994 Spectrally resolved interferometry with the Grand Interferometre a 2 Telescopes: results and prospects
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This paper describes the present status of the Grand Interferometre a 2 Telescopes (GI2T). We review the general features of this instrument and present the scientific programs pursued by our group. Attention is given here to procedures of instrumental and visibility calibration, including the response of both the detector and spectrometer. We discuss the method of data analysis and the attainable accuracy of astrophysical parameters. The current limitations of the GI2T and development of our new optical table are presented.
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Farrokh Vakili, Farrokh Vakili, Daniel Bonneau, Daniel Bonneau, Peter R. Lawson, Peter R. Lawson, Guy Merlin, Guy Merlin, Denis Mourard, Denis Mourard, Philippe Stee, Philippe Stee, Fabrice Vallee, Fabrice Vallee, Isabelle Tallon-Bosc, Isabelle Tallon-Bosc, } "Spectrally resolved interferometry with the Grand Interferometre a 2 Telescopes: results and prospects", Proc. SPIE 2200, Amplitude and Intensity Spatial Interferometry II, (9 June 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.177242; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.177242
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