1 June 1994 Astrometric Imaging Telescope optical system
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The Astrometric Imaging Telescope will detect extra-solar planetary systems with imaging and astrometry. The optical system contains a high-efficiency coronagraph and scatter-compensated mirrors to detect Jupiter-size planets around nearby stars. The optical system also is distortion free, tolerant to misalignments, and tolerant to optical surface contamination. This allows for the astrometric precision to detect Uranus-mass planets. A focal plane guider and fine guidance sensor are other elements of the optical design.
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Steven H. Pravdo, Steven H. Pravdo, Stuart B. Shaklan, Stuart B. Shaklan, Richard J. Terrile, Richard J. Terrile, Christ Ftaclas, Christ Ftaclas, Andreas L. Nonnenmacher, Andreas L. Nonnenmacher, George D. Gatewood, George D. Gatewood, Eugene H. Levy, Eugene H. Levy, } "Astrometric Imaging Telescope optical system", Proc. SPIE 2199, Advanced Technology Optical Telescopes V, (1 June 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.176201; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.176201


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