27 September 1999 Adaptive optics high-resolution spectroscopy: present status and future direction
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High resolution spectroscopy experiments with visible adaptive optics (AO) telescopes at Starfire Optical Range and Mt. Wilson have demonstrated that spectral resolution can be routinely improved by a factor of approximately 10 over the seeing-limited case with no extra light losses at visible wavelengths. With large CCDs now available, a very wide wavelength range can be covered in a single exposure.
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Jian Ge, Jian Ge, Dino R. Ciarlo, Dino R. Ciarlo, Paul J. Kuzmenko, Paul J. Kuzmenko, Charles R. Alcock, Charles R. Alcock, Bruce A. Macintosh, Bruce A. Macintosh, James Roger P. Angel, James Roger P. Angel, Neville J. Woolf, Neville J. Woolf, Michael Lloyd-Hart, Michael Lloyd-Hart, Robert Q. Fugate, Robert Q. Fugate, Joan Najita, Joan Najita, } "Adaptive optics high-resolution spectroscopy: present status and future direction", Proc. SPIE 3762, Adaptive Optics Systems and Technology, (27 September 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.363572; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.363572
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