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Paper: Dwarf Diameters
Volume: 487, Resolving The Future Of Astronomy With Long-Baseline Interferometry
Page: 247
Authors: Boyajian, T.; Braun, K. v.; van Belle, G. T.; McAlister, H. A.; ten Brummelaar, T.; Ciardi, D. R.; Lopez-Morales, M.; Ridgway, S.; Sturmann, L.; Sturmann, J.; Turner, N.; Farrington, C.; Goldfinger, P. J.
Abstract: We present measurements of fundamental astrophysical properties of nearby dwarfs from our extensive interferometric survey carried out with the CHARA Array, a long baseline optical/infrared interferometer. The principal goal of our study is the direct determination of linear radii and effective temperatures for these stars. By combining our CHARA Array angular diameter measurements with distances bases on Hipparcos parallaxes and bolometric fluxes based on literature photometry, we summarize the results of this project in a fundamentally determined H-R diagram.
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