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optical interferometry

Popular talk in Kościan, Poland

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Today at the Astronomical Observatory of Kościan I gave a popular talk: How can we measure the size of a coin located on the Moon from the Earth?. Observations in astronomy are the basic source of information. Over the centuries, the methods of conducting such observations, as well as their reduction and analysis, have undergone tremendous evolution, and...
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VLTI Summer School 2018

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From the 9th to the 14th of July in Lisbon, Portugal, I participated in the 9th VLTI Summer School organised by the Portuguese VLTI Expertise Centre, the JMMC, the EII, and ESO. The school was set to train the VLTI users. It was very practical and we were introduced to the tools used in observation preparation and VLTI...
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