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Title: The Keck Interferometer: Instrument Overview and Proposed Science
Authors: Booth, A.
Colavita, M.
Shao, M.
Swanson, P.
van Belle, G.
Crawford, S.
Palmer, D.
Reder, L.
Serabyn, E.
Swain, M.
Vashist, G.
Wallace, J.
Issue Date: 24-May-1999
Citation: Working on the Fringe
Dana Point, CA, USA
Abstract: The Keck Interferometer is being developed by JPL and CARA as one of the ground-based components of NASA's Origins Program.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/18252
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