1 July 1991 High-resolution astronomical observations using deconvolution from wavefront sensing
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Deconvolution from wavefront sensing is a new technique of high-resolution imaging through atmospheric turbulence developed at ONERA. The capabilities of the method have been demonstrated during first laboratory experiments. A deconvolution experimental set-up was installed on the 4.2 m William Herschel telescope on La Palma in November 1990. The results obtained during these observations are presented: the astronomical sources were observed at optical wavelengths; the resolution improvement reached a factor greater than 10.
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Vincent Michau, Vincent Michau, T. Marais, T. Marais, Jean Laurent, Jean Laurent, Jerome Primot, Jerome Primot, Jean-Claude Fontanella, Jean-Claude Fontanella, Michel Tallon, Michel Tallon, Jesus Jimenez Fuensalida, Jesus Jimenez Fuensalida, } "High-resolution astronomical observations using deconvolution from wavefront sensing", Proc. SPIE 1487, Propagation Engineering: Fourth in a Series, (1 July 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.46580; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.46580
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