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AbstractLong–baseline optical interferometry has revolutionised binary star astronomy. This paper reviews some recent binary star work done using the Mark III Stellar Interferometer. For the first time, many spectroscopic binaries, eclipsing binaries, triple systems, and binaries with X-ray sources have had their visual orbit, diameter of the primary component, and color index determined. Also, accurate stellar masses, distances, radii, and effective temperatures have been derived. Adoi:10.1017/s0252921100007028 fatcat:atr5w3yffnbbxnm54rlf5lcrwm