The surprise of the day: "Interference in optical astronomy or stellar interferometry in the visible." By (and with) Antoine Labeyrie. 27 mn. -(With a special mention to Jean Michel Rossi for music.)
- Where was the extent of work that led to the concept of the hypertelescope in 1978.
"How, thanks to interferometry, can we know the diameter and the movements of stars. How in the future, thanks to Space Interferometry, we will be able to measure the diameter of planets. The limits of resolution of large telescopes. The use of interference as a means of measurement. Speckle interferometry. Interferometry with two telescopes, several telescopes or aperture synthesis interferometry. "Real views - animations."
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