The presentations along with a group photo of our annual science meeting held this year at the American Museum of Natural History in New York on 15 & 16 March 2007 are available here.
At the kind invitation of Dr. Rebecca Oppenheimer, members of the CHARA collaboration gathered at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City for a two-day review of scientific and technical progress made during 2006. This happened in coincidence with the opening of a new exhibit on exoplanet detection instrumentation. On display in this exhibit is the famous 20-ft Michelson Interferometer, on special loan to the AMNH, which was used on the Mount Wilson 100-inch telescope from 1919 to about 1927. That instrument began the Mount Wilson tradition of interferometry, which culminates today with the CHARA Array.