1 September 2017 WFIRST coronagraph optical modeling
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Abstract
End-to-end numerical optical modeling of the WFIRST coronagraph incorporating wavefront sensing and control is used to determine the performance of the coronagraph with realistic errors, including pointing jitter and polarization. We present the performance estimates of the current flight designs as predicted by modeling. We also describe the release of a new version of the PROPER optical propagation library, our primary modeling tool, which is now available for Python and Matlab in addition to IDL.
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John Krist, John Krist, A. J. Riggs, A. J. Riggs, James McGuire, James McGuire, Hong Tang, Hong Tang, Nikta Amiri, Nikta Amiri, Gary Gutt, Gary Gutt, Luis Marchen, Luis Marchen, David Marx, David Marx, Bijan Nemati, Bijan Nemati, Navtej Saini, Navtej Saini, Erkin Sidick, Erkin Sidick, Hanying Zhou, Hanying Zhou, } "WFIRST coronagraph optical modeling", Proc. SPIE 10400, Techniques and Instrumentation for Detection of Exoplanets VIII, 1040004 (1 September 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2274792; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2274792
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