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7 July 2000 StarFinder: an IDL GUI-based code to analyze crowded fields with isoplanatic correcting PSF fitting
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StarFinder is a new code for the deep analysis of stellar fields, designed for well-sampled images with high and low Strehl ratio. It is organized in the form of a self-contained IDL widget-based application, with a 'user-friendly' graphic interface. We give here a general description of the code along with some applications to real data with space-invariant Point Spread Function (PSF). We present also some methods to handle anisoplanatic effects in wide-field Adaptive Optics (AO) observations.
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Emiliano Diolaiti, Orazio Bendinelli, Domenico Bonaccini, Laird Miller Close, Douglas G. Currie, and Gianluigi Parmeggiani "StarFinder: an IDL GUI-based code to analyze crowded fields with isoplanatic correcting PSF fitting", Proc. SPIE 4007, Adaptive Optical Systems Technology, (7 July 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.390377
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