9 January 1984 Near Infrared (1To5 µm) Multichannel Speckle Interferameter
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Abstract
Speckle interferometry was first introduced by Labeyrie (1970) in the visible as a method of restoring diffraction-limited information from large telescopes despite the presence of a turbulent atmosphere. It has been extensively used in the visible to resolve small sources and measure binary separations (Bonneau and Foy, 1980; McAllister and Hendry, 1982; Beddoes et al, 1976; Morgan et al, 1978).
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M J Selby, M J Selby, K Jason, K Jason, D Xin, D Xin, C Sanchez, C Sanchez, } "Near Infrared (1To5 µm) Multichannel Speckle Interferameter", Proc. SPIE 0445, Instrumentation in Astronomy V, (9 January 1984); doi: 10.1117/12.966132; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.966132
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