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High Precision Infra-Red Stellar Interferometry

by Benjamin F. Lane

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Published by Dissertation.com .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science: General Issues,
  • General,
  • Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8781883M
    ISBN 101581122004
    ISBN 109781581122008
    OCLC/WorldCa243695471

    FT-IR unit wavenumbers by dividing by 10 and taking the recip-rocal. An external source of wavelength calibration is required, since there is no high-precision laser wavelength to reference in the system. FT-IR Advantages There are three major advantages in the performance of an FT-IR spectrometer over a dispersive infrared . The PICO SCALE interferometer provides differential non-contact measurements between a target mirror and a reference mirror. This allows measuring displacements relative to a certain fixed point of an experimental setup, as well as minimization of noise. The differential displacement of these two mirrors is measured with very high.

    One of the first uses of optical interferometry was applied by the Michelson stellar interferometer on the Mount Wilson Observatory's reflector telescope to measure the diameters of stars. The red giant star Betelgeuse was the first to have its diameter determined in this way on Decem In the s radio interferometry was used to perform the first high . However, they have proven useful for making very high precision measurements of simple stellar parameters such as size and position and for imaging the nearest giant stars. For details of individual instruments, see the list of astronomical interferometers at visible and infrared wavelengths. Astronomical heterodyne interferometry.

    One of the primary uses of interferometry in the field of stellar physics is the measurement of the intensity profile across the stellar disk, both as a function of position angle and of wavelength. High-precision fundamental stellar . The Infrared Spatial Interferometer (ISI), run by an arm of the University of California, Berkeley, is an array of three meter telescopes operating in the mid-infrared. The telescopes are fully mobile .


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High Precision Infra-Red Stellar Interferometry by Benjamin F. Lane Download PDF EPUB FB2

High Precision Infra-Red Stellar Interferometry by Benjamin F. Lane ISBN: USA • High-Precision Infra-Red Stellar Interferometry We are presenting first experimental results for subsystems of a low-cost near-infrared heterodyne interferometer concept based on commercial 1.

This dissertation describes work performed at the Palomar Testbed Interferometer (PTI) during Using PTI, we developed a method to measure stellar angular diameters in the milli-arcsecond range with a precision Cited by: 2. These results demonstrate the potential of single-mode fibers for light recombination in imaging interferometers with high-dynamic range.

A similar instrument set on the VLTI would have a much higher sensitivity. Among all possible applications, study of stellar surfaces would benefit of high Cited by: 3.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This dissertation describes work performed at the Palomar Testbed Interferometer (PTI) during Using PTI, we developed a method to measure stellar angular diameters in the milli-arcsecond range with a precision.

High-Precision Infra-Red Stellar Interferometry. By and Benjamin F. Lane and Benjamin F. Lane. Abstract. This dissertation describes work performed at the Palomar Testbed Interferometer (PTI) during Using PTI, we developed a method to measure stellar angular diameters in the milli-arcsecond range with a precision.

High-precision infra-red stellar interferometry. By Benjamin Frederick Lane. Abstract. This dissertation describes work performed at the Palomar Testbed Interferometer (PTI) during Using PTI, we developed a method to measure stellar angular diameters in the milli-arcsecond range with a precision.

This dissertation describes work performed at the Palomar Testbed Interferometer (PTI) during Using PTI, we developed a method to measure stellar angular diameters in the 1 3 milli-arcsecond range with a precision. Results. We determined very precise stellar masses for all systems, ranging from % to % precision level.

We combined these measurements with stellar effective temperature and linear radius to fit stellar isochrones models and determined the age of the systems. We also derived the distance to the systems with a precision level as high.

Results. We determined very precise stellar masses for all systems, ranging from % to % precision level. We combined these measurements with stellar e ective temperature and linear radius to fit stellar isochrones models and determined the age of the systems.

We also derived the distance to the systems with a precision level as high. Interferometry enters world of wavefront physics and statistical optics Motivation for Interferometry (cont’d) ei(k x Zt) && (plane waves at infinity) k k x x k z zÖ & dipole oscillator USPAS Janu Stellar Interferometer.

Context. The precise determinations of stellar mass at ≲1% provide important constraints on stellar evolution models. Accurate parallax measurements can also serve as independent benchmarks for the next Gaia data release.

Aims: We measured the masses and distance of binary systems with a precision. Interferometry has been a time-honored technique for surface topography measurement. Interferometric measurements of surface shape are relative measurement techniques in which the. Stellar speckle interferometry is a technique that can give diffraction-limited imaging of stellar objects, in spite of image degradation by the atmosphere and telescope aberrations.

It makes use of the fact that the image of a star in a large telescope, when observed under high. FLUOR: a stellar interferometer using single-mode infrared fibers. The FLUOR/IOTA fiber stellar interferometer 12 P. Kern and F.

Malbet eds. October — Grenoble, France. Abstract. Stellar interferometers achieve limiting angular resolution inaccessible to evennext-generation single-aperture telescopes. Arrays of small or modest apertureshave achieved baselines exceeding m producing submilliarcsecond resolutionsat visible and near-infrared.

Thanks to the high precision of our orbital parameters, Shao, M. & Colavita, M. Long-baseline optical and infrared stellar interferometry. Annu. Rev. Astron. Books and Culture.

A fiber optic based high voltage system for stellar intensity interferometry observations. In 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference, (Proceedings of Science, ).

During the last two decades, optical stellar interferometry has become an important tool in astronomical investigations requiring spatial resolution well beyond that of traditional telescopes. This book, first. and developments in the field of long baseline optical interferometry.

We use a collection of high-precision angular diameter measurements for nearby, main-sequence stars to develop empirical relations that allow the prediction of stellar. Advances in Stellar Interferometry.

Editor(s): John D. Monnier; Scientific results from high-precision astrometry at the Palomar Testbed Interferometer Water vapor measurement and compensation in the near- and mid-infrared with the Keck Interferometer .Direct Observation of Extrasolar Planets with an Infrared Interferometer.

Pages Observing Stellar Surfaces with a High Precision Infrared Interferometer. Pages Science with the VLT Interferometer Book .faces. Stellar amplitude (Michelson) interferometry (SAI) was employed (very simply) in the ’s tomeasure afew coolstars, but thetechnique was strongly control-technology-limited.

In the ’s, stellar intensity interferometry .