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  • I. Tallon-Bosc (a1), D. Bonneau (a1), A. Labeyrie (a1), F. Morand (a1), D. Mourard (a1), P. Stee (a1) and F. Vakili (a1)...

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The purpose of this paper is to describe the operation of GI2T, the visible Michelson stellar interferometer with two 1.5 m apertures, as well as a presentation of its desired evolution.

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