1 November 1990 Active structures for use in precision control of large optical systems
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This paper discusses the application of active structures technology to the control of precision structures for future space-based astrophysics observatories. The state of the art in active structures is reviewed, and technology developments applicable to large optical systems are discussed.
James L. Fanson, Eric H. Anderson, Donald Rapp, "Active structures for use in precision control of large optical systems," Optical Engineering 29(11), (1 November 1990). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.55733 . Submission:
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