Back to Volume
Paper: Interferometric Studies of Hot Star Disks
Volume: 337, The Nature and Evolution of Disks Around Hot Stars
Page: 211
Authors: Stee, Ph.; Meilland, A.; Berger, D.; Gies, D.
Abstract: Interferometry in the visible and in the IR now provides milliarcsecond spatial resolution and thus can be used for studying the circumstellar environment of hot star disks. After a brief introduction on the interferometric technique we will illustrate how the modulus and the phase of the visibility can be used to constrain the physics of hot star disks (Be, B[e]) and stellar surfaces studies through recent results from the GI2T, Keck, MkIII, NPOI, VLA and VLTI interferometers.
Back to Volume