In the same section :
AMBER at the "Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation" SPIE symposium
AMBER on the VLTI: data processing and calibration issues
Wind and disk interaction in MWC 297
Hot Stars with AMBER/VLTI
7 September 2005, by
First AMBER/VLTI observations of hot massive stars
R. G.Petrov, F. Millour; O. Chesneau, G.Weigelt, D. Bonneau,
Ph. Stee, S. Kraus, D. Mourard, A. Meilland, M.Vannier, F. Malbet,
F. Lisi, P.Antonelli, P. Kern, U. Beckmann, S. Lagarde, K.Perraut,
S. Gennari, E. Lecoarer, Th. Driebe, M. Accardo, S. Robbe-Dubois,
K. Ohnaka, S. Busoni, A. Roussel, G. Zins, J. Behrend, D. Ferruzi, Y.
Bresson, G. Duvert, E. Nussbaum, A. Marconi, Ph. Feautrier, M.
Dugué, A. Chelli, E. Tatulli, M. Heininger, A. Delboulbé, S.
Bonhomme, D. Schertl, L. Testi, Ph. Mathias, J. -L. Monin, L.
Gluck, K. H. Hofmann, P. Salinari, P. Puget, J. -M. Clausse, D.
Fraix-Burnet, R. Foy, and A. Isella
To be published in the Proceedings of the ESO Workshop on "The Power of Optical/IR Interferometry: Recent Scientific Results and 2nd Generation VLTI Instrumentation", held in Garching, Germany, 4-8 April 2005
Is available as the astro-ph preprint 0509208 and also on the HAL preprint server.
AMBER is the first near infrared focal instrument of the VLTI. It combines
three telescopes and produces spectrally resolved interferometric measures.
This paper discusses some preliminary results of the first scientific observations of
AMBER with three Unit Telescopes at medium (1500) and high (12000) spectral
resolution. We derive a first set of constraints on the structure of the circumstellar
material around the Wolf Rayet
Gamma2 Velorum and the LBV Eta Carinae.
Hot Stars - ESO preprint