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O and B-star surface mapping

  • D. R. Gies (a1)

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The massive O and B-type stars will be among the first targets of the new generation of long baseline optical interferometers (such as the CHARA Array, a 400-m diameter distributed array of five 1-m telescopes). Many of these objects are binary stars for which joint astrometric and spectroscopic observations will provide masses and distances (e.g., 15 Mon; Gies et al. 1993), but there is also great interest in resolving disks of single stars. Early interferometric observations have already resolved the flattened circumstellar disks around some Be stars (Quirrenbach et al. 1994).

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