27 June 2006 Recent progress at the Keck Interferometer
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In this paper we report on progress at the Keck Interferometer since the 2004 SPIE meeting with an emphasis on the operations improvements for visibility science.
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Peter Wizinowich, Peter Wizinowich, Rachel Akeson, Rachel Akeson, Mark Colavita, Mark Colavita, John Gathright, John Gathright, Eric Appleby, Eric Appleby, Jim Bell, Jim Bell, Ben Berkey, Ben Berkey, Andrew Booth, Andrew Booth, Heidi Brandenburg, Heidi Brandenburg, Jason Chin, Jason Chin, Wayne Dahl, Wayne Dahl, Claude Felizardo, Claude Felizardo, Jean Garcia, Jean Garcia, Scott Hartman, Scott Hartman, Jen Herstein, Jen Herstein, Michael Hrynevych, Michael Hrynevych, Chris Koresko, Chris Koresko, Robert Ligon, Robert Ligon, Rafael Millan-Gabet, Rafael Millan-Gabet, Doug Morrison, Doug Morrison, Tatyana Panteleeva, Tatyana Panteleeva, Sam Ragland, Sam Ragland, Robert Smythe, Robert Smythe, Kellee Summers, Kellee Summers, Kevin Tsubota, Kevin Tsubota, Colette Tyau, Colette Tyau, Ed Wetherell, Ed Wetherell, Julien Woillez, Julien Woillez, } "Recent progress at the Keck Interferometer", Proc. SPIE 6268, Advances in Stellar Interferometry, 62680N (27 June 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.672069; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.672069


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