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Twenty Years of Double-Star Interferometry and its Lessons

  • W. S. Finsen (a1)

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If we may judge by the number of eulogistic review articles to which it gave rise, one of the main talking points among astronomers in the early nineteen-twenties was undoubtedly the application of the interferometer to optical astronomy. It was only natural that interest was focused mainly on the brilliant success of Michelson and Pease (1921} in measuring stellar diameters with the 20-ft beam interferometer on the 100-in Mount Wilson reflector.

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Twenty Years of Double-Star Interferometry and its Lessons

  • W. S. Finsen (a1)

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