The following papers describe results from the CHARA Array since it became operational in 2005 and have been published in refereed scientific journals.  The papers are available here in PDF format.

 

  1. First Results from the CHARA Array. I. An Interferometric and Spectroscopic Study of the Fast Rotator α Leonis (Regulus), H.A. McAlister et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 628, 439-452, 2005.

  2. First Results from the CHARA Array. II. A Description of the Instrument, T.A. ten Brummelaar et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 628, 453-465, 2005.

  3. The Projection Factor of δ Cephei: A Calibration of the Baade-Wesselink Method Using the CHARA Array, A. Merand et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 438, L9-L12, 2005.

  4. First Results from the CHARA Array. III. Oblateness, Rotational Velocity and Gravity Darkening of Alderamin, G.T. van Belle et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 637, 494-505, 2006.

  5. First Results from the CHARA Array. IV. The Interferometric Radii of Low-Mass Stars, D.H. Berger et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 644, 475, 2006.

  6. First Results from the CHARA Array. V. Binary Star Astrometry: The Case of 12 Persei, W.G. Bagnuolo, Jr. et al., The Astronomical Journal, 131, 2695, 2006.

  7. Circumstellar Material in the Vega Inner System Revealed by CHARA/FLUOR, O. Absil et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 452, 237, 2006.

  8. First Results from the CHARA Array VII. Long-Baseline Interferometric Measurements of Vega Consistent with a Pole-On, Rapidly Rotating Star, J.P. Aufdenberg, et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 645, 664-675, 2006.

  9. Extended Envelopes Around Galactic Cepheids II. Polaris and δ Cephei from Near-Infrared Interferometry with CHARA/FLUOR, A. Merand et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 453, 155-162, 2006.

  10. CHARA Array K band Measurements of the Angular Dimensions of Be Star Disks, D.R. Gies et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 654, 527-543, 2007.

  11. The Angular Diameter of λ Bootis, D.R. Ciardi et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 659, 1623-1628, 2007.

  12. Direct Measurement of the Radius and Density of the Transiting Exoplanet HD 189733B with the CHARA Array, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 661, L195-L198, 2007.

  13. Extended Envelopes Around Galactic Cepheids III. Y Oph and α Per from Near-Infrared Interferometry with CHARA/FLUOR, A. Merand et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 664, 1093-1101, 2007.

  14. Imaging the Surface of Altair, J.D. Monnier et al., Science, 317, 342, 2007.

  15. A Near-Infrared Interferometric Survey of Debris Disk Stars I. Probing the Hot Dust Content Around ε Eri and τ Cet with CHARA/FLUOR, E. Di Folco et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 475, 243, 2007.

  16. Strong Near-Infrared Emission Interior to the Dust Sublimation Radius of Young Stellar Objects MWC 275 and AB Aurigae, A. Tannirkulam et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 677, L51-54, 2008.

  17. CHARA Array Measurements of the Angular Diameters of Exoplanet Host Stars, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 680, 728, 2008.

  18. The Search for Stellar Companions to Exoplanet Host Stars Using the CHARA Array, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 682, 577, 2008.

  19. Angular Diameters of the G Subdwarf μ Cassiopeiae A and the K Dwarfs σ Draconis and HR 511 from Interferometric Measurements with the CHARA Array, T.S. Boyajian et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 683, 424, 2008.

  20. A Near-Infrared Interferometric Survey of Debris Disc Stars. II. CHARA/FLUOR Observations of Six Early-Type Dwarfs, O. Absil et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 487, 1041, 2008.  

  21. The Radii of the Nearby K5V and K7V stars 61 Cyg A & B - CHARA/FLUOR Interferometry and CESAM2k Modeling, P. Kervella et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 488, 667, 2008.

  22. First Resolved Images of the Eclipsing and Interacting Binary β Lyrae, M. Zhao et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 684, L95, 2008.

  23. A Tale of Two Herbig Ae Stars - MWC 275 and AB Aurigae: Comprehensive Models for SED and Interferometry, A. Tannirkulam et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 689, 513, 2008.

  24. The Visual Orbit of the 1.1-day Spectroscopic Binary σ2 Coronae Borealis from Interferometry with the CHARA Array, D. Raghavan et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 690, 394, 2009.

  25. The Angular Sizes of Dwarf Stars and Subgiants - Non-linear Surface Brightness Relations in BVRclc from Interferometry, P. Kervella & P. Fouque, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 491, 855, 2008.

  26. Angular Diameters of the Hyades Giants Measured with the CHARA Array, T.S. Boyajian et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 691, 1243, 2009.

  27. Dust in the Inner Regions of Debris Disks Around A Stars, R.L. Akeson et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 691, 1896, 2009.

  28. Eleven Exoplanet Host Star Diameters from the CHARA Array, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 701, 154, 2009.

  29. Imaging and Modeling Rapidly Rotating Stars: α Cephei and α Ophiuchi, M. Zhao et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 701, 209, 2009.

  30. Asteroseismology and Interferometry of the Red Giant Star ε Oph, A. Mazumdar et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 503, 521, 2009.

  31. Interferometric Observations of the Hierarchical Triple System Algol, Sz. Csizmadia et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 705, 436, 2009.

  32. Imaging with the CHARA Interferometer, E. Pedretti et al., New Astronomy Reviews, 53, 353, 2009.

  33. VEGA: Visible Spectrograph and Polarimeter for the CHARA Array: Principle and Performance, D. Mourard et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 508, 1073, 2009.

  34. Imaging with the CHARA Interferometer, E. Pedretti et al., New Astronomy Reviews, 53, 353, 2009.

  35. Angular Diameters and Effective Temperatures of 25 K Giant Stars from the CHARA Array, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 710, 1365, 2010.

  36. The Radius and Effective Temperature of the Binary Ap star β CrB from CHARA/FLUOR and VLT/NACO Observations, H. Bruntt et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 512, 55, 2010.

  37. Infrared Images of the Transiting Disk in the ε Aurigae System, B. Kloppenborg et al., Nature, 464, 870, 2010.

  38. Separated Fringe Packet Observations with the CHARA Array. I. Methods and New Orbits for χ Draconis, HD 184467, and HD 198084, C. Farrington et al., The Astronomical Journal, 139, 2308, 2010.

  39. Ruling Out Possible Secondary Stars to Exoplanet Host Stars Using the CHARA Array, E.K. Baines et al., The Astronomical Journal, 140, 167, 2010.

  40. The Hα Forming Region of AB Aurigae Spatially Resolved at Sub-AU with the VEGA/CHARA Spectro-Interferometer, K. Rousselet-Perraut et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 516, L1, 2010.

  41. Interferometric Radius and Limb Darkening of the Asteroseismic Red Giant η Serpentis with the CHARA Array, A. Merand et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 517, 64, 2010.

  42. A Survey of Stellar Families: Multiplicity of Solar-Type Stars, D. Raghavan et al., The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 190, 1, 2010.

  43. Milli-Arcsecond Images of the herbig Ae Star HD 163296, S. Renard et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 519, 26, 2010.

  44. Time, Spatial, and Spectral Resolution of the H-α Line-Formation Region of Deneb and Rigel with the VEGA/CHARA Interferometer, O. Chesneau et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521, A5, 2010.

  45. Multi-Epoch Near-Infrared Interferometry of the Spatially Resolved Disk Around the Star ζ Tau, G.H. Schaefer et al., The Astronomical Journal, 140, 1838, 2010.

  46. An Investigation of the Close Environment of β Cep with the VEGA/CHARA Interferometer, N. Nardetto et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 525, A67, 2011.

  47. The Radius and Mass of the Close Solar Twin 18 Scorpii Derived from Asteroseismology and Interferometry, M. Bazot et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 526, L4, 2011.

  48. The Fundamental Parameters of the roAp star γ Equulei, K. Perraut et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 526, A89, 2011.

  49. Radial Structure in the TW Hya Circumstellar Disk, R.L. Akeson et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 728, 96, 2011.

  50. Inner Orbits in Hierarchical Triple Systems from the CHARA Array. I. V819 Her B, D. O’Brien et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 728, 111, 2011.

  51. Astrophysical Parameters and Habitable Zone of the Exoplanet Hosting Star GJ 581, K. von Braun et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 729, L26, 2011.

  52. Kinematics and Geometrical Study of the Be Stars 48 Per and ψ Per with the VEGA/CHARA Interferometer, O. Delaa et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 529, 87, 2011.

  53. The Angular Diameter and Effective Temperature of the Lithium-Rich K Giant HD 148293 from the CHARA Array, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 731, 132, 2011.

  54. HD 181068: A Red Giant in a Triply Eclipsing Compact Hierarchical Triple System, A. Derekas et al., Science, 332, 316, 2011.

  55. Colder and Hotter: Interferometric Imaging of β Cassiopeiae and α Leonis, X. Che et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 732, 68, 2011.

  56. An Interferometric and Spectroscopic Analysis of the Multiple Star System HD 193322, T.A. ten Brummelaar et al., The Astronomical Journal, 142, 21, 2011.

  57. Spatio-Spectral Encoding of Fringes in Optical Long-Baseline Interferometry - Example of the 3T and 4T Recombining Mode of VEGA/CHARA, D. Mourard et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 531, 110, 2011.

  58. The Binary Be Star δ Scorpii at High Spectral and Spatial Resolution I. Disk Geometry and Kinematics Before the 2011 Periastron, A. Meilland et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 532, 80, 2011.

  59. A Large Hα Line Forming Region for the Massive Interacting Binaries β Lyrae and υ Sagitarii, D. Bonneau et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 532, 148, 2011.

  60. Toward Direct Detection of Hot Jupiters with Precision Closure Phase: Calibration Studies and First Results from the CHARA Array, M. Zhao et al., Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 123, 964, 2011.

  61. 55 Cancri: Stellar Astrophysical Parameters, a Planet in the Habitable Zone, and Implications for the Radius of a Transiting Super-Earth, K. von Braun et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 740, 49, 2011.

  62. The Diameter of CoRoT Target HD 49933: Combining the 3D Limb Darkening, Asteroseismology, and Interferometry, L. Bigot et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 534, L3, 2011.

  63. The 2011 Outburst of the Recurrent Nova T Pyxidis. Evidence for a Face-On Bipolar Ejection, O. Chesneau et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 534, L11, 2011.

  64. Chromosphere of K Giant Stars. Geometrical Extent and Spatial Structure Detection, P. Berio et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 535, 59, 2011.

  65. First Visual Orbit for the Prototypical Colliding-Wind Binary WR 140, J.D. Monnier et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 742, L1, 2011.

  66. Fundamental Parameters of the Exoplanet Host K Giant Star ι Draconis from the CHARA Array, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 743, 130, 2011.

  67. Measured Diameters of Two F Stars in the β Pic Moving Group, M. Simon and G.H. Schaefer, The Astrophysical Journal, 743, 158, 2011.

  68. Gas Distribution, Kinematics, and Excitation Structure in the Disks Around the Classical Be Stars β Canis Minoris and ζ Tauri, S. Kraus et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 744, 19, 2012.

  69. A Search for Separated Fringe Packet Binaries Using the CHARA Array, D. Raghavan et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 745, 24, 2012.

  70. Stellar Diameters and Temperatures I. Main Sequence A, F & G Stars, T. Boyajian et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 746, 101, 2012.

  71. First Keck Nulling Observations of a Young Stellar Object: Probing the Circumstellar Environment of the Herbig Ae Star MWC 325, S. Ragland et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 746, 126, 2012.

  72. The relationship between γ Cassiopeiae’s X-ray emission and its circumstellar environment, M.A. Smith et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 540, 53, 2012.

  73. Mean angular diameters, distances, and pulsation modes of the classical Cepheids FF Aquilae and T Vulpeculae. CHARA/FLUOR near-infrared interferometric observations, A. Gallenne et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 541, 87, 2012.

  74. The Dynamical Mass and Three-Dimensional Orbit of HR 7672B: A Benchmark Brown Dwarf with High Eccentricity, J.R. Crepp et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 751, 97, 2012.

  75. Imaging the Algol Triple System in the H Band with the CHARA Interferometer, F. Baron et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 752, 20, 2012.

  76. Validation of the exoplanet Kepler-21b using PAVO/CHARA long-baseline interferometry, D. Huber et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 423, 16, 2012.

  77. The GJ 436 System: Directly Determined Astrophysical Parameters of an M Dwarf and Implications for the Transiting Hot Neptune, K. von Braun et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 753, 171, 2012.

  78. A High Angular and Spectral Resolution View into the Hidden Companion of ε Aurigae, D. Mourard et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 544, 91, 2012.

  79. A New Interferometric Study of four Exoplanet Host Stars: θ Cygni, 14 Andromedae, υ Andromedae and 42 Draconis, R. Ligi et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 545, 5, 2012.

  80. Fundamental Properties of the Population II Fiducial Stars HD 122563 and Gmb 1830 from CHARA Interferometric Observations, O.L. Creevey et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 545, 17, 2012.

  81. The Relationship between γ Cassiopeiae’s X-ray Emission and its Circumstellar Environment. II Geometry and Kinematics of the Disk from MIRC and VEGA Instruments on the CHARA Array, Ph. Stee et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 545, 59, 2012.

  82. Imaging Disk Distortion of Be Binary System δ Scorpii Near Periastron, X. Che et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 757, 29, 2012.

  83. Stellar Diameters and Temperatures. II. Main-Sequence K- and M-Stars, T.S. Boyajian et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 757, 112, 2012.

  84. Fundamental Properties of Stars Using Asteroseismology from Kepler and CoRot and Interferometry from the CHARA Array, D. Huber et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 760, 32, 2012.

  85. The CHARA Array Angular Diameter of HR 8799 Favors Planetary Masses for its Imaged Companions, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 761, 57, 2012.

  86. Resolving Vega and the Inclination Controversy with CHARA/MIRC, J.D. Monnier et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 761, L3, 2012.

  87. Multiplicity of Galactic Cepheids from Long-Baseline Interferometry. I. CHARA/MIRC Detection of the Companion of V1334 Cygni, A. Gallenne et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 552, 21, 2013.

  88. A CHARA Array Survey of Circumstellar Disks Around Nearby Be-Type Stars, Y. Touhami et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 768, 128, 2013.

  89. The H-Band Emitting Region of the Luminous Blue Variable P Cygni: Spectrophotometry and Interferometry of the Wind, N.D. Richardson et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 769, 118, 2013.

  90. Spectrally Resolved Interferometric Observations of α Cephei and Physical Modeling of Fast Rotating Stars, O. Delaa et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 555, 100, 2013.

  91. A Near-Infrared Interferometric Survey of Debris-Disk Stars III. First Statistics Based on 42 Stars Observed with CHARA/FLUOR, O. Absil et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 555, 104, 2013.

  92. Enhanced Hα Activity at Periastron in the Young and Massive Spectroscopic Binary HD 200775, M. Benisty et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 555, 113, 2013.

  93. Stellar Diameters and Temperatures III. Main Sequence A, F, G, & K Stars: Additional High-Precision Measurements and Empirical Relations, T.S. Boyajian et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 771, 40, 2013.

  94. Characterization of the Red Giant HR 2582 Using the CHARA Array, E.K. Baines et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 772, 16, 2013.

  95. Interferometric Radii of Bright Kepler Stars with the CHARA Array: θ Cygni and 16 Cygni A and B, T.R. White et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 433, 1262, 2013.

  96. Optical Interferometry of Early-Type Stars with PAVO at CHARA - I. Fundamental Stellar Properties, V. Maestro et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 434, 1321, 2013.

  97. The Fundamental Parameters of the roAp Star 10 Aquilae, K. Perraut et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 559, 21, 2013.

  98. An Interferometric Study of the Post-AGB Binary 89 Herculis. I. Spatially Resolving the Continuum Circumstellar Environment at Optical and Near-IR Wavelengths with the VLTI, NPOI, IOTA, PTI, and the CHARA Array, M. Hillen et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 559, 111, 2013.

  99. Introduction to the Special Issue on Optical and Infrared Interferometry, T. ten Brummelaar, P. Tuthill & G. Van Belle, Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, 2, 2013.

  100. The Operation of VEGA/CHARA: From the Scientific Idea to the Final Products, R. Ligi et al., Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, 2, 2013.

  101. The Classic/CLIMB Beam Combiner at the CHARA Array, T. ten Brummelaar et al., Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, 2, 2013.

  102. Jouvence of FLUOR: Upgrades of a Fiber Beam Combiner at the CHARA Array, N.J. Scott et al., Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, 2, 2013.

  103. Optical and Mechanical Design of the CHARA Array Adaptive Optics, X. Che et al., Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, 2, 2013.

  104. Expanding the CHARA/FLUOR Hot Disks Survey, B. Mennesson et al., Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, 2, 2013…

  105. Stellar Diameters and Temperatures. V. 11 Newly Characterized Exoplanet Host Stars, K. von Braun et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 438, 2413, 2014.

  106. CHARA/MIRC Observations of Two M Supergiants in Perseus OB1: Temperature, Bayesian Modeling, and Compressed Sensing Imaging, F. Baron et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 785, 46, 2014.

  107. Separated Fringe Packet Observations with the CHARA Array. II. ω Andromeda, HD 178911, and ξ Cephei., C. Farrington et al., The Astronomical Journal, 148, 48, 2014.

  108. Improving the Surface Brightness-Color Relation for Early-Type Stars Using Optical Interferometry , M. Challouf et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 570, 104, 2014.

  109. The Physical Parameters of the Retired a Star HD 185351 , J. Johnson et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 794, 15, 2014.

  110. The NASA-UC-UH Eta-Earth Program: IV. A Low-Mass Planet Orbiting an M Dwarf 3.6 pc from Earth, A.W. Howard et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 794, 51, 2014.

  111. The Expanding Fireball of Nova Delphini 2013, G.H. Schaefer et al., Nature, 515, 234, 2014.

  112. Stellar Diameters and Temperatures VI. High Angular Resolution Measurements of the Transiting Host Stars HD 189733 and HD 209458 and Implications for Models of Cool Dwarfs, T. Boyajian et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 447, 846, 2015.

  113. Stellar Parameters for HD 69830, a Nearby Star with Three Neptune Mass Planets and an Asteroid Belt, A. Tanner et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 800, 115, 2015.

  114. A Resolved, AU-Scale Gas Disk Around the B[e] star HD 50138, L.E. Ellerbroek et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 573, 77, 2015.

  115. Benchmark stars for Gaia. Fundamental Properties of the Population II Star HD 140283 from Interferometric, Spectroscopic, and Photometric Data, O. Creevey et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 575, 26, 2015.

  116. Spectral and Spatial Imaging of the Be+sdO Binary φ Persei, D. Mourard et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 577, 51, 2015.

  117. A Comprehensive Characterization of the 70 Virginis Planetary System, S. R. Kane et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 806, 60, 2015.

  118. Robust high-contrast companion detection from interferometric observations. The CANDID algorithm and an application to six binary Cepheids, A. Gallenne et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 579, 68, 2015.

  119. The peculiar fast-rotating star 51 Ophiuchi probed by VEGA/CHARA, N. Jamialahmadi et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 579, 81, 2015.

  120. The fundamental parameters of the Ap star 78 Virginis. Could 78 Vir be a rapidly oscillating Ap star?, K. Perraut et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 579, 85, 2015.

  121. Theoretical impact of fast rotation on calibrating the surface brightness-color relation for early-type stars, M. Challouf et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 579, 107, 2015.

  122. Detecting the Companions and Ellipsoidal Variations of RS CVn Primaries. I. σ Geminorum, R.M. Roettenbacher et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 807, 23, 2015.

  123. Detecting the Companions and Ellipsoidal Variations of RS CVn Primaries. II. ο Draconis, a Candidate for Recent Low-mass Companion Ingestion, R.M. Roettenbacher et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 809, 159, 2015.

  124. Interferometry of ε Aurigae: Characterization of the Asymmetric Eclipsing Disk, B. Kloppenborg et al., The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, 220, 14, 2015.

  125. The Ages of A-Stars. I. Interferometric Observations and Age Estimates for Stars in the Ursa Major Moving Group, J. Jones et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 813, 58, 2015.

  126. Cepheid Distances from the SpectroPhoto-Interferometry of Pulsating Stars (SPIPS), A. Mérand et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 584, 80, 2015.

  127. Spectroscopy, MOST Photometry, and Interferometry of MWC 314: Is it an LBV or an Interacting Binary?, N.D. Richardson et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 455, 244, 2016.

  128. Radii, Masses, and Ages of 18 Bright Stars Using Interferometry and New Estimations of Exoplanetary Parameters, R. Ligi et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 586, 94, 2016.

  129. ALOHA 1.55 μm Implementation on the CHARA Telescope Array: On-Sky Sensitivity Tests, R. Baudoin et al., Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, 5, 1650006, 2016.

  130. No Sun-like dynamo on the active star ζ Andromedae from starspot asymmetry, R.M. Roettenbacheret al., Nature, 2016.

  131. The Age of the Directly Imaged Planet Host Star κ Andromedae Determined from Interferometric Observations, J. Jones et al., The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 822, L3, 2016.

  132. The fundamental parameters of the roAp star HD 24712. A rapidly oscillator at the red edge of the instability strip, K. Perraut et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 590, A117, 2016.

  133. VEGA/CHARA interferometric observations of Cepheids. I. A resolved structure around the prototype classical Cepheid δ Cep in the visible spectral range, N. Nardetto et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 593, A45, 2016.

  134. Multiplicity of Galactic Cepheids from long-baseline interferometry - III. Sub-percent limits on the relative brightness of a close companion of δ Cephei, A. Gallenne et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 461, 1451, (2016).

  135. The CHARA Array resolves the long-period Wolf-Rayet binaries WR 137 and WR 138, N. D. Richardson et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 461, 4115, (2016).

  136. ξ Tauri: a unique laboratory to study the dynamic interaction in a compact hierarchical quadruple system, J. A. Nemravová et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 594, A55, (2016).

  137. Three Temperate Neptunes Orbiting Nearby Stars, B. J. Fulton et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 830, 46, (2016).

  138. A disk wind in AB Aurigae traced with Hα interferometry, K. Perraut et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 596, A17, (2016).

  139. Orbits, Distance, and Stellar Masses of the Massive Triple Star σ Orionis, G. H. Schaefer et al., The Astronomical Journal, 152, 213, (2016).

  140. First On-Sky Fringes with an Up-Conversion Interferometer Tested on a Telescope Array, Darré, P., et al., Physical Review Letters, 117, 233902 (2016).

  141. The compact Hα emitting regions of the Herbig Ae/Be stars HD 179218 and HD 141569 from CHARA spectro-interferometry, I. Mendigutía et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 464, 1984, (2017).

  142. Visibility Estimation for the CHARA/JouFLU Exozodi Survey, P. D. Nuñez et al., Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 129, 024002, (2017).

  143. Characterization of the Wolf 1061 Planetary System, S. R. Kane et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 835, 200, (2017).

  144. Asymmetries on red giant branch surfaces from CHARA/MIRC optical interferometry, A. Chiavassa., et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 600, L2, (2017).

  145. Flattening and surface-brightness of the fast-rotating star δ Persei with the visible VEGA/CHARA interferometer, Challouf, M., et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 604, A51 (2017).

  146. Orbital Elements and Stellar Parameters of the Active Binary UX Arietis, Hummel, C. A., et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 844,115 (2017).

  147. Beyond the Kepler/K2 bright limit: variability in the seven brightest members of the Pleiades, White, T. R., et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 471, 2882 (2017).

  148. Contemporaneous Imaging Comparisons of the Spotted Giant σ Geminorum Using Interferometric, Spectroscopic, and Photometric Data, Roettenbacher, et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 849, 120 (2017).