1 July 2002 Large-aperture, holographically corrected membrane telescope
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We have constructed a 1-m-diam holographically corrected membrane mirror telescope for optical imaging. Several thousand waves of surface error were removed using a corrective hologram, resulting in near diffraction-limited performance. A detailed discussion of the mirror, the corrective process, and the performance of the final telescope are included.
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Geoff P. Andersen, Geoff P. Andersen, Randall J. Knize, Randall J. Knize, Arthur Palisoc, Arthur Palisoc, Costas Cassapakis, Costas Cassapakis, } "Large-aperture, holographically corrected membrane telescope," Optical Engineering 41(7), (1 July 2002). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1481510 . Submission:
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