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21 March 1997 Astronomical results from COAST
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Proceedings Volume 2871, Optical Telescopes of Today and Tomorrow; (1997)
Event: Optical Telescopes of Today and Tomorrow, 1996, Landskrona/Hven, Sweden
In September 1995 the Cambridge optical aperture synthesis telescope (COAST) became the first optical interferometer to produce an image of a stellar source from phase-closure and visibility amplitude measurements. These observations demonstrated for the first time the feasibility of operating long-baseline optical/near-infrared interferometers for high dynamic range high-resolution imaging. Here we present these and subsequent observations made with COAST and describe the methods used to analyze such data.
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David Burns, John E. Baldwin, Peter J. Warner, Roger C. Boysen, Peter R. Lawson, Craig D. Mackay, John Rogers, Christopher A. Haniff, Donald M. A. Wilson, Tania R. Scott, and John S. Young "Astronomical results from COAST", Proc. SPIE 2871, Optical Telescopes of Today and Tomorrow, (21 March 1997);


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