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7 October 2020 Research on theoretical method of computational imaging astrometry
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Proceedings Volume 11571, Optics Frontier Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display; 115710Y (2020) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2580472
Event: Optics Frontiers Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display (OFO-1), 2020, Shanghai, China
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Ground based optical observation is widely used in the field of astrometry of moving objects such as Near-Earth Objects and space debris due to its low cost and easy deployment. However, it’s difficult for traditional optical telescopes to have both large aperture and wide FOV, making it impossible to achieve both observation depth and observation efficiency. We propose the computational imaging astrometry method to solve this problem. Based on a scientific CMOS detector and a small-aperture telescope with wide FOV, through strict correction of various astronomical effects and instrumental errors, we establish a high-precision overlay enhancement method for wide-FOV astronomic images. Including displacement overlay of high frame rate images at sub-pixel scale. In the case of no mechanical tracking device, the computational imaging astrometry method enables the observation system to simultaneously track multiple types of moving objects, and exert the ability of image overlay to reduce background noise, thus improving the SNR of the target and enhancing the observation depth of the system.
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Hao Luo, Zhaoxiang Qi, Yong Yu, and Shilong Liao "Research on theoretical method of computational imaging astrometry", Proc. SPIE 11571, Optics Frontier Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display, 115710Y (7 October 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2580472
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