27 July 2016 The Segmented Pupil Experiment for Exoplanet Detection: 2. design advances and progress overview
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The SPEED project - the Segmented Pupil Experiment for Exoplanet Detection - in development at the Lagrange laboratory, aims at gearing up strategies and technologies for high-contrast instrumentation with segmented telescopes. This new instrumental platform offers an ideal environment in which to make progress in the domain of ELTs and/or space-based missions with complex apertures. It combines all the required recipes (phasing optics, wavefront control/shaping, and advanced coronagraphy) to get to very close angular separation imaging. In this paper, we report on the optical design and subsystems advances and we provide a progress overview.
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P. Martinez, P. Martinez, M. Beaulieu, M. Beaulieu, P. Janin-Potiron, P. Janin-Potiron, O. Preis, O. Preis, C. Gouvret, C. Gouvret, J. Dejonghe, J. Dejonghe, L. Abe, L. Abe, A. Spang, A. Spang, Y. Fantéï-Caujolle, Y. Fantéï-Caujolle, F. Martinache, F. Martinache, P. Belzanne, P. Belzanne, A. Marcotto, A. Marcotto, M. Carbillet, M. Carbillet, } "The Segmented Pupil Experiment for Exoplanet Detection: 2. design advances and progress overview", Proc. SPIE 9906, Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes VI, 99062V (27 July 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2232608; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2232608
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