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Advanced Radio Interferometry between Space and Earth (ARISE) Advanced Radio Interferometry between Space and Earth (ARISE)
Description: Welcome to the home of the Advanced Radio Interferometry between Space and Earth (ARISE) website at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Record Last Updated: 9-Aug-2000 | Clicks: 3284

 

Astronomical Optical Interferometry Astronomical Optical Interferometry
Description: This report documents the development of optical interferometry and provides a physical explanation of the processes involved. It is based upon scientific papers published over the last 150 years.

Record Last Updated: 01-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 3493

 

Keck Interferometer Keck Interferometer
Description: The two Keck telescopes, in conjunction with four proposed outrigger telescopes, will be used as an interferometer to conduct observations as part of NASA's Origins Program.

Record Last Updated: 01-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 2933

 

Palomar Testbed Interferometer Palomar Testbed Interferometer
Description: The home page of the Palomar Testbed Interferometer (PTI). PTI is the technology testbed for the Keck Interferometer.

Record Last Updated: 15-Jan-2001 | Clicks: 2855

 

Space Interferometry Mission Space Interferometry Mission
Description: The Space Interferometry Mission (SIM), scheduled for launch in 2006, will determine the positions and distances of stars several hundred times more accurately than any previous program.

Record Last Updated: 01-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 3260

 

U.S. Space Very Long Baseline Interferometry Project U.S. Space Very Long Baseline Interferometry Project
Description: Space VLBI is an exciting new kind of scientific observation of unusual astronomical objects.

Record Last Updated: 01-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 3221

 

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