8 September 1998 Horizontal adaptive optics research at Yerkes Observatory
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Horizontal adaptive optics research has been conducted at Yerkes Observatory since the first tests in 1994. This includes the study of wavefront reconstruction techniques, isoplanatic angle measurements, branch points in the phase function, and combined adaptive optics and phase diversity experiments.
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Walter J. Wild, Walter J. Wild, Edward J. Kibblewhite, Edward J. Kibblewhite, Eric Olivier Le Bigot, Eric Olivier Le Bigot, Fang Shi, Fang Shi, "Horizontal adaptive optics research at Yerkes Observatory", Proc. SPIE 3381, Airborne Laser Advanced Technology, (8 September 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.323955; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.323955
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