Bright Star Vega's Secret Revealed by Larry O'Hanlon, Discovery News (April 13, 2006).
Using NPOI, in collaboration with the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO), Dr. Robert Zavala (U.S. Naval Observatory, Flagstaff Station) has an observing campaign to image the surface of the red giant star Pollux. Learn more at this AAVSO News Web page.
The University of New Mexico's Department of Physics & Astronomy hosts Institute for Astrophysics Lunches and Dr. Robert Zavala (U.S. Naval Observatory, Flagstaff Station) was a series guest in April 2006 and presented, Stellar Astrophysics with the Navy Prototype Opical Interferometer.
Exploring the Circumstellar Regions of Be Stars with the Navy Prototype Optical Interferometer, Tycner, C. (USNO), NPOI Collaboration, a special session presentation of the 207th American Astronomical Society (AAS) Meeting, Washington, D.C., January 10, 2006.
Getting a clearer read on stars — an October 2004 Christian Science Monitor feature story on NPOI by staff writer Peter N. Spotts, photos by Melanie Stetson Freeman.
National Public Radio visited NPOI in June 2002 and national science correspondent, Joe Palca, filed a story for Morning Edition: New Observatory Brings Stars Closer to Earth,
String of Telescopes Link Up to Boost Star-Viewing Powers. (Note: this NPR link includes an audio archive file of the story for listeners).
Observations of the Triple Star Eta Virginis with a Long Baseline Optical Interferometer — (a pdf file) of C.A. Hummel's (U.S. Naval Observatory),
191 - The Environment and Evolution of Double and Multiple Stars (© copyright 2004: IA, UNAM).
Plumbing the Depths of Polaris: See what we can learn with high resolution observations of the North Star. This article by Tyler Nordgren was originally published in the Lowell Observer and is based upon NPOI observations.
The binary star Mizar: Here is a moving gif file movie showing the relative stellar motion, produced by Christian Hummel from NPOI observations.
The Optical Interferometer: Completing the Work of Galileo — Read a description by Tyler Nordgren of what astronomers can learn from measuring angular diameters of stars.
Ben Waghorn, Johns Hopkins University graduate student and research assistant, posted this presentation about NPOI (December 2003).
NPOI: The Latest from the Interferometer, by Nat White. This article was originally published in the Lowell Observer, Autumn 1999, Issue 44.
First Astrometric Results from the NPOI, Hutter, D.J., Elias, N.M., Hummel, C.A. (U.S. Naval Observatory) and The Navy Prototype Optical Interferometer (NPOI) is Operational, Armstrong, J.T., Mozurkewich, D., Pauls, T.A., Rickard, L.J. (Naval Research Laboratory), Benson, J.A., Dyck, H.M., Elias, N.M., Hajian, A.R., Hummel, C.A., Hutter, D.J., Johnston, K.J., (U.S. Naval Observatory), White, N.M. (Lowell Observatory). These two presentations were made at the January 1998 Meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) in Washington, D.C.
First Science Results with NPOI, cover story in the Lowell Observer, Fall 1996.
The Navy Prototype Optical Interferometer, Benson, J.A., Hutter, D.J., Elias, N.M., Bowers, P., (US Naval Obs.), Mozurkewich, D., Armstrong, J.T., (NRL), White, N. (Lowell Obs.), Hummel, C., (USRA) — presentation announcing first closure phase measurements made with NPOI on stars at the AAS Meeting in Madison, Wisconsin, June 1996.
Interferometer nearly ready for regular operations, Lowell Observer, Fall 1994, pg. 3.