The following papers describing results from the CHARA Array since it became operational in 2005 have been published or are in press in refereed scientific journals and are available here. (These, and all subsequent documents, are in PDF format)

During the final design and construction phases of the CHARA Array, a number of Technical Reports were prepared. These reports continue to be produced from time to time and are made available here

Science Highlights

 

The CHARA Array can be used to study stars at high angular resolution.  This includes measuring the sizes and shapes of nearby stars, studying starspots on stellar surfaces, resolving close binary systems, studying planet-forming disks around young stars, and observing bright transient phenomena like novae.