William (Bill) J. Tango
Photo: F. Derie, ESO
I'm an honorary senior lecturer in the Chatterton
Astronomy Department, a research department within the School
of Physics at Sydney University.
I live at Fairy Bower on Cabbage Tree Bay in Manly,
and for recreation indulge in dancing in a low-friction environment.
Stellar Interferometry, in particular SUSI.
The limb-darkening corrections for uniform-disk angular diameters, as discussed in Davis, Tango & Booth
(MNRAS 318, 387 2000) and Tango & Davis (MNRAS 333 642 2002) are here. It's a
tarball (around 50 MB), use "save link target as" to download a copy. After you uncompress it you will find a
readme file that describes the file formats.
Optical instrumentation and design.
Links to other sites:
For those of you who are interested in low-friction physics, have a look at
Ice Skating Australia
The latest weather information for New South Wales can be found at
the Bureau of Meteorology.
Dr. William J. Tango
School of Physics, A28
University of Sydney
NSW 2006, Australia
office location: Room 318, School of Physics
Dr. W. J. Tango, B. S. (Calif., Berkeley), Ph. D. (Colo., Boulder)
Chatterton Astronomy Department
School of Physics A28
University of Sydney NSW Australia 2006
updated: 02 February 2005