27 July 2016 Reshaping and polishing the GeMS MCAO system
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GeMS, the Gemini South MCAO System, has now been in operation for 3 years with the near infrared imager GSAOI. We first review the performance obtained by the system, the science cases and the current operational model. In the very near future, GeMS will undergo a profound metamorphosis, as we will integrate a new NGS wavefront sensor, replace the current 50W laser with a more robust one and prepare for a new operational model where operations will shift from the mountain to the base facility. Along this major evolution, we are also presenting several improvements on the loop control, calibrations and automatization of this complex system. We discuss here the progress of the different upgrades and what we expect in terms of performance improvements and operational efficiency.
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Vincent Garrel, Vincent Garrel, Gaetano Sivo, Gaetano Sivo, Eduardo Marin, Eduardo Marin, Eleazar R. Carrasco Damele, Eleazar R. Carrasco Damele, Vanessa Montes, Vanessa Montes, Manuel Lazo, Manuel Lazo, Pedro Gigoux, Pedro Gigoux, Cristian Moreno, Cristian Moreno, Chadwick A. Trujillo, Chadwick A. Trujillo, Jeff Donahue, Jeff Donahue, Marcos A. van Dam, Marcos A. van Dam, Francois Rigaut, Francois Rigaut, Céline d'Orgeville, Céline d'Orgeville, Caroline Kulcsar, Caroline Kulcsar, Remy Juvénal, Remy Juvénal, Constanza Araujo Hauck, Constanza Araujo Hauck, S. Mark Ammons, S. Mark Ammons, Benoit Neichel, Benoit Neichel, } "Reshaping and polishing the GeMS MCAO system", Proc. SPIE 9909, Adaptive Optics Systems V, 99092F (27 July 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2233747; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2233747

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