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Progress of LAMOST Wavefront Sensing
Yong Zhang
Source PublicationGround-based and Airborne Telescopes II
PagesVol.7012 3H-1-11
Conference Date2008-6-23
Conference PlaceMarseille, France
Funding OrganizationThe International Society for Optical Engineering
The Large Sky Area Multi-Object Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) is one of the major national projects still under construction in China, which obtained first light in the July 2007. It has two key fundamental technologies, combined thin mirror active optics and segmented mirror active optics, and fiber positioning. This paper introduces briefly the
characteristic of the LAMOST active optics wavefront sensing theory, which is very important, and the unique for all the existing telescopes equipped with active optics technology. During the past days, there are many active optics progresses taken place during the LAMOST alignment. Some onsite sensing results are given to show you the wavefront sensing progress and to verify this developed method, which is now successfully adopted and implemented in LAMOST active correction. Finally some conclusions are reached upon the current wavefront sensing method.
KeywordAstronomical Telescope Lamost Thin Mirror Active Optics Segmented Mirror Active Optics Wavefront Sensing Wavefront Correction
Subject Area郭守敬望远镜(lamost) ; 主动光学
Document Type会议论文
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