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Stellar Astrophysics with Sub-Milliarcsecond Optical Interferometry

  • Ph. Stee (a1), D. Bonneau (a1), D. Mourard (a1), P. Lawson (a1), F. Morand (a1), I. Tallon (a1) and F. Vakili (a1)...

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Although stellar interferometers are capable of measuring the angular diameters of stars, with longer baselines they may also be used to measure brightness variations across a star's surface and to provide constraints on models of stellar envelopes. In this paper we will look at the interpretation of visibility data and some of the more exciting prospects within the reach of current interferometers.

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