Direct Imaging of Planet Transit Events

@article{Belle2012DirectIO,
  title={Direct Imaging of Planet Transit Events},
  author={G. V. van Belle and K. von Braun and T. Boyajian and G. Schaefer},
  journal={Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union},
  year={2012},
  volume={8},
  pages={378 - 381}
}
Abstract Exoplanet transit events are attractive targets for the ultrahigh-resolution capabilities afforded by optical interferometers. The intersection of two developments in astronomy enable direct imaging of exoplanet transits: first, improvements in sensitivity and precision of interferometric instrumentation; and second, identification of ever-brighter host stars. Efforts are underway for the first direct high-precision detection of closure phase signatures with the CHARA Array and Navy… Expand
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