By: Peter Lawson
Principles of Long-Baseline Stellar Interferometry provides a comprehensive graduate-level introduction to the rapidly expanding field of long-baseline stellar interferometry. Author Peter Lawson describes the fundamental principles of astronomical interferometry, emphasizing the physics and engineering aspects of stellar interferometers. Based on a substantial revision of Principles of Long Baseline Stellar Interferometry, which was published by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 2000, the revised text includes contributions from numerous experts in the field, updated material, new chapters, and a standardized use of variables.
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