Overview of the MIDI observations.
|Name||Date (UTC)||Base||Bp (m)||ϕB (°)||θ (au)||Program ID||Obs. flag||Feature type|
|SVS 13A1||2004-10-31, 05:17||U3U2||34.8||−123.3||7.9||074.C-0649(A)||a|
|LkHα 330||2011-12-11, 04:08||U2U3||40.5||54.1||6.8||088.C-0763(A)||e|
Notes. The projected baseline length (Bp) is given in meters, and ϕB is the projected position angle of the baseline (measured from north through east). The resolution (θ) is given as the FWHM of a fringe θ = λ/ (2Bp) at λ = 10.7 μm, converted to physical scale. An observation flag marks unreliable data. Feature type indicates silicate emission (e), absorption (a), and weak feature or flat spectra (w). The full table is available at the CDS.
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