EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 566, June 2014
Article Number A88
Number of page(s) 11
Section Stellar atmospheres
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201323264
Published online 19 June 2014

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Left: from top to bottom, observed (black) squared visibility amplitudes, UD diameters predicted from our data (blue) and from the best-fit PHOENIX model (red), closure phases in degrees, and normalized flux of ϵ Oct obtained on 2012 Jun. 25. Right: same as left, but for data obtained on 2012 Aug. 02.

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Left: from top to bottom, observed (black) squared visibility amplitudes, UD diameters predicted from our data (blue) and from the best-fit PHOENIX model (red), closure phases in degrees, and normalized flux of NU Pav obtained on 2012 Aug. 02. Right: same as left, but for data from ψ Peg obtained on 2012 Jun. 16.

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Left: from top to bottom, observed (black) squared visibility amplitudes, UD diameters predicted from our data (blue) and from the best-fit PHOENIX model (red), and closure phases in degrees of γ Hya obtained on 2013 Mar. 16. Right: same as left, but obtained with the MR-K 2.3 μm setting.

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