Angular Diameters of Stars from the Mark III Optical Interferometer

@article{Mozurkewich2003AngularDO,
  title={Angular Diameters of Stars from the Mark III Optical Interferometer},
  author={D. Mozurkewich and J. Armstrong and R. Hindsley and A. Quirrenbach and C. Hummel and D. Hutter and K. Johnston and A. Hajian and N. Elias and D. Buscher and R. Simon},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={126},
  pages={2502-2520}
}
Observations of 85 stars were obtained at wavelengths between 451 and 800 nm with the Mark III Stellar Interferometer on Mount Wilson, near Pasadena, California. Angular diameters were determined by fitting a uniform-disk model to the visibility amplitude versus projected baseline length. Half the angular diameters determined at 800 nm have formal errors smaller than 1%. Limb-darkened angular diameters, effective temperatures, and surface brightnesses were determined for these stars, and… Expand
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