1 March 1994 Optical tests of an intelligently deformable mirror for space telescope technology
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Abstract
The concept of an actively deformable composite reflector is demonstrated and test verified. The objective of developing such a concept is to correct the low-order long-wavelength distortions in a space reflector. This is achieved by bonding a limited number of piezoelectric ceramic strips to the back face sheet of the reflector. A cryointerferometric test of a 0.5-m reflector with six groups of actuators was performed to verify the concept experimentally. Analysis of and test results for the development of an active deformable composite reflector panel are summarized.
Chin-Po Kuo, "Optical tests of an intelligently deformable mirror for space telescope technology," Optical Engineering 33(3), (1 March 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.157695 . Submission:
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