26 July 2016 Science with MATISSE
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We present an overview of the scientific potential of MATISSE, the Multi Aperture mid-Infrared SpectroScopic Experiment for the Very Large Telescope Interferometer. For this purpose we outline selected case studies from various areas, such as star and planet formation, active galactic nuclei, evolved stars, extrasolar planets, and solar system minor bodies and discuss strategies for the planning and analysis of future MATISSE observations. Moreover, the importance of MATISSE observations in the context of complementary high-angular resolution observations at near-infrared and submillimeter/millimeter wavelengths is highlighted.
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Sebastian Wolf, Sebastian Wolf, Bruno Lopez, Bruno Lopez, Jean-Charles Augereau, Jean-Charles Augereau, Marco Delbo, Marco Delbo, Carsten Dominik, Carsten Dominik, Thomas Henning, Thomas Henning, Karl-Heinz Hofmann, Karl-Heinz Hofmann, Michiel Hogerheijde, Michiel Hogerheijde, Josef Hron, Josef Hron, Walter Jaffe, Walter Jaffe, Thierry Lanz, Thierry Lanz, Klaus Meisenheimer, Klaus Meisenheimer, Florentin Millour, Florentin Millour, Eric Pantin, Eric Pantin, Roman Petrov, Roman Petrov, Dieter Schertl, Dieter Schertl, Roy van Boekel, Roy van Boekel, Gerd Weigelt, Gerd Weigelt, Andrea Chiavassa, Andrea Chiavassa, Attila Juhasz, Attila Juhasz, Alexis Matter, Alexis Matter, Anthony Meilland, Anthony Meilland, Nicolas Nardetto, Nicolas Nardetto, Claudia Paladini, Claudia Paladini, } "Science with MATISSE", Proc. SPIE 9907, Optical and Infrared Interferometry and Imaging V, 99073S (26 July 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2232835; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2232835
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