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Stellar fringes in AMBER (21/03/2004)
Sunday 21 March 2004

Fringes from stellar light have been observed for the first time on Saturday 20 March night in the low spectral resolution mode of AMBER.

More details are given in the page "First sky fringes"" in the Recent Events section.


> Stellar fringes in AMBER (21/03/2004)
22 March 2004

Hi AMBER Guys!

Congratulations from a small part of the MIDI team
(at least me at the moment!!),

But I am sure that all the MIDI team will join me to congratulate
your intensive (I guess...) work

We have experienced a similar scary but also enthousiastic period
and I have an idea of your relief and your happiness,

So all the best for the AMBER team in Paranal!

Olivier

— 
Olivier Chesneau
Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie
Königstuhl 17
D-69117 Heidelberg
Germany
Phone: (+49 6221) 528 - 215
Fax: (+49 6221) 528 - 246

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