21 February 2003 An Update of the CHARA Array
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The CHARA Array is a six element optical and near infrared interferometer built by Georgia State University on Mount Wilson in California. It is currently operating in the K and H bands and has the largest baseline (330 m) in operation of any similar instrument in the world. We expect to begin I band operations in 2002. We will present an update of the status of the instrumentation in the Array and set out our plans for the near term expansion of the system.
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Theo Armand ten Brummelaar, Theo Armand ten Brummelaar, Harold A. McAlister, Harold A. McAlister, Stephen T. Ridgway, Stephen T. Ridgway, Nils Henning Turner, Nils Henning Turner, Laszlo Sturmann, Laszlo Sturmann, Judit Sturmann, Judit Sturmann, William G. Bagnuolo, William G. Bagnuolo, Mark A. Shure, Mark A. Shure, } "An Update of the CHARA Array", Proc. SPIE 4838, Interferometry for Optical Astronomy II, (21 February 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.456763; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.456763


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