10 July 2018 Review of high-contrast imaging systems for current and future ground-based and space-based telescopes: Part II. Common path wavefront sensing/control and coherent differential imaging
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Abstract
The Optimal Optical Coronagraph (OOC) Workshop held at the Lorentz Center in September 2017 in Leiden, the Netherlands, gathered a diverse group of 25 researchers working on exoplanet instrumentation to stimulate the emergence and sharing of new ideas. In this second installment of a series of three papers summarizing the outcomes of the OOC workshop, we present an overview of common path wavefront sensing/control and Coherent Differential Imaging techniques, highlight the latest results, and expose their relative strengths and weaknesses. We layout critical milestones for the field with the aim of enhancing future ground/space based high contrast imaging platforms. Techniques like these will help to bridge the daunting contrast gap required to image a terrestrial planet in the zone where it can retain liquid water, in reflected light around a G type star from space.
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Nemanja Jovanovic, Olivier Absil , Pierre Baudoz, Mathilde Beaulieu, Michael Bottom, Eric Cady, Brunella Carlomagno, Alexis Carlotti, David Doelman, Kevin Fogarty, Raphaël Galicher, Olivier Guyon, Sebastiaan Haffert, Elsa Huby, Jeffrey Jewell, Christoph Keller, Matthew A. Kenworthy, Justin Knight, Jonas Kühn, Kelsey Miller, Johan Mazoyer, Mamadou N'Diaye, Emiel Por, Laurent Pueyo, A. J. Eldorado Riggs, Garreth Ruane, Dan Sirbu, Frans Snik, J. Kent Wallace, Michael Wilby, and Marie Ygouf "Review of high-contrast imaging systems for current and future ground-based and space-based telescopes: Part II. Common path wavefront sensing/control and coherent differential imaging", Proc. SPIE 10703, Adaptive Optics Systems VI, 107031U (10 July 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2314260; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2314260
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