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Title: The Keck Interferometer
Authors: Colavita, M. M.
Swanson, P. N.
Boden, A. F.
Crawford, S. L.
Meinel, A. B.
Shao, M.
van Belle, G. T.
Vasisht, G.
Wallace, J. K.
Wizinowich, P. L.
Walker, J. M.
Issue Date: Mar-1998
Citation: Astronomical Interferometry
Kona, Hawaii, USA
Abstract: The Keck Interferometer is being developed by JPL and CARA as one of the ground-based components of NASA's Origins Program. The interferometer will combine the two 10-m Keck telescopes with four proposed 1.8-m outrigger telescopes located at the periphery of the Keck site on Mauna Kea.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/19392
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