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12 September 2012 Optimizing the transmission of the GRAVITY/VLTI near-infrared wavefront sensor
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The GRAVITY instrument’s adaptive optics system consists of a novel cryogenic near-infrared wavefront sensor to be installed at each of the four unit telescopes of the VLT. Feeding the GRAVITY wavefront sensor with light in the 1.4 - 2.4 micrometer band, while suppressing laser light originating from the GRAVITY metrology system, custom-built optical components are required. Here we report on optical and near-infrared testing of the silicon entrance windows of the wavefront sensor cryostat and other reflective optics used in the warm feeding optics.
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Pengqian Yang, Stefan Hippler, Casey P. Deen, Armin Böhm, Wolfgang Brandner, Thomas Henning, Armin Huber, Sarah Kendrew, Rainer Lenzen, Ralf-Rainer Rohloff, Constanza Araujo-Hauck, Oliver Pfuhl, Yann Clénet, and Jianqiang Zhu "Optimizing the transmission of the GRAVITY/VLTI near-infrared wavefront sensor", Proc. SPIE 8445, Optical and Infrared Interferometry III, 844531 (12 September 2012);


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