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Title: The dusty AGB star RS CrB: first mid-infrared interferometric observations with the Keck telescopes
Authors: Mennesson, B.
Koresko, C.
Creech-Eakman, M. J.
Serabyn, E.
Colavita, M. M
Akeson, R.
Appleby, E.
Bell, J.
Booth, A.
Crawford, S.
Dahl, W.
Fanson, J.
Felizardo, C.
Garcia, J.
Gathright, J.
Herstein, J.
Hovland, E.
Hrynevych, M.
Johansson, E.
Le Mignant, D.
Ligon, R.
Millan-Gabet, R.
Moore, J.
Neyman, C.
Palmer, D.
Panteleeva, T.
Paine, C.
Ragland, S.
Reder, L.
Rudeen, A.
Saloga, T.
Shao, M.
Smythe, R.
Summers, K.
Swain, M.
Tsubota, K.
Tyau, C.
Vasisht, G.
Wizinowich, P.
Woillez, J.
Keywords: infrared
individual (RS Coronae Borealis)
stars late-type
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2005
Publisher: The American Astronomical Society
Citation: The Astrophysical Journal, 634:L169-L172.
Abstract: We report interferometric observations of the semiregular variable star RS CrB, a red giant with strong silicate emission features. The data were among the first long-baseline mid-infrared stellar fringes obtained between the Keck telescopes, using parts of the new nulling beam combiner
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