10 October 2011 Compensating aberrations of a 6-inch concave membrane mirror
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Large and lightweight primary mirrors of high optical quality are considered to be a key element of next generation deployable space telescopes. In this paper we present a membrane mirror demonstrator and show experimental results of the associated mechanical and optical characteristics. The mounting conditions of such a membrane mirror cause static optical aberrations which are compensated as a proof of principle using an adaptive mirror and a metric optimizationbased control system. The feasibility of the complete system for receiving and transmitting applications will be discussed.
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Ivo Buske, Ivo Buske, Peter Becker, Peter Becker, } "Compensating aberrations of a 6-inch concave membrane mirror", Proc. SPIE 8178, Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems XIV, 81780H (10 October 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.897704; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.897704


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