14 February 2003 Solar polarimetry close to the diffraction limit
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Much progress has been made during the last years in obtaining polarimetric observations of the Sun close to the diffraction limit. Here I summarize the problems one encounters when observing close to the diffraction limit of a large solar telescope, review techniques, present examples of recent observations, and discuss the need for further developments of instruments and image reconstruction techniques.
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Christoph U. Keller, "Solar polarimetry close to the diffraction limit", Proc. SPIE 4843, Polarimetry in Astronomy, (14 February 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.459286; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.459286


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