CHARA array adaptive optics II: Non-common-path correction and downstream optics
We describe a back-end Adaptive Optics system for the CHARA Array called Lab-AO intended to compensate for non-common path errors between the AO system at the telescopes and the final beam combining area some hundreds of meters away. The system is an on-axis, very small field of view, low order system that will work on star light if enough is present, or will make use of a blue light beacon sent from the telescope towards the laboratory if not enough star light is available. The first of six of...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, vol 9148|
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