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Title: Palomar Testbed Interferometer
Authors: Wallace, J. K.
Boden, A. F.
Colavita, M. M.
Dumont, P.
Gursel, Y.
Hines, B.
Koresko, C.
Kulkarni, S.
Lane, B.
Malbet, F.
Palmer, D.
Pan, X. P.
Shao, M.
Vasisht, G.
van Belle, G.
Yu, J.
Issue Date: 20-Mar-1998
Citation: SPIE, Astronomical Interferometry
Kona, Hawaii, USA
Abstract: The Palomar Testbed Interferometer (PTI) is an infrared, phase-tracking interferometer in operation at Palomar Mountain since July 1995. It was funded by NASA for the purpose of developing techniques and methodologies for doing narrow-angle astrometry for the purpose of detecting extrasolar planets.
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