17 November 2000 ELP-OA: measuring the wavefront tilt without a natural guide star
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We describe the current status of the ELP-OA project in which we try to demonstrate in practice that it is possible to measure the tilt of a wave front using only a polychromatic laser guide star and no natural guide star. The first phase of ELP-OA, consisting of feasibility experiments, has recently been completed successfully. This paper provides an overview over the results of this first phase and over the continuation of the ELP-OA project.
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Matthias Schoeck, Matthias Schoeck, Jean-Paul Pique, Jean-Paul Pique, Alain Denis Petit, Alain Denis Petit, Patrick Chevrou, Patrick Chevrou, Vincent Michau, Vincent Michau, Gilbert Grynberg, Gilbert Grynberg, Arnold Migus, Arnold Migus, Nancy Ageorges, Nancy Ageorges, Veronique Bellanger, Veronique Bellanger, Francois Biraben, Francois Biraben, Ruy Deron, Ruy Deron, Hayden Fews, Hayden Fews, Francoise-Claude Foy, Francoise-Claude Foy, Claudia Karin Hoegemann, Claudia Karin Hoegemann, Markus Laubscher, Markus Laubscher, Daniel Mueller, Daniel Mueller, Celine d'Orgeville, Celine d'Orgeville, Olivier Peillet, Olivier Peillet, Mike Redfern, Mike Redfern, Renaud Foy, Renaud Foy, Patricia Segonds, Patricia Segonds, Richard A. J. Soden, Richard A. J. Soden, Michel Tallon, Michel Tallon, Eric Thiebaut, Eric Thiebaut, Andrei A. Tokovinin, Andrei A. Tokovinin, Jerome Vaillant, Jerome Vaillant, Jean-Marc Weulersse, Jean-Marc Weulersse, } "ELP-OA: measuring the wavefront tilt without a natural guide star", Proc. SPIE 4125, Propagation and Imaging through the Atmosphere IV, (17 November 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.409304; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.409304

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