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INTRODUCTION

Adaptive optics is a new technology which is being used now a days in ground based telescopes to remove atmospheric tremor and thus provide a clearer and brighter view of stars seen through ground based telescopes. Without using this system, the images obtained through telescopes on earth are seen to be blurred, which is caused by the turbulent mixing of air at different temperatures.

     Adaptive Optics In Ground Based Telescopes Seminar Report

Page Length : 22

Content :

    • Introduction
    • What Is Adaptive Optics
    • Basic Principle
    • Basic Functional Diagram
    • Development of Adaptive Optics
    • Seeing Infrared
    • Other Stars, Other Earths
    • Future Enhancements
    • Limitations
    •  Conclusion
    • References

 

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Adaptive Optics In Ground Based Telescopes Seminar Report

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Siddharth Vairagi (NIT Agartala)

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Aravind Gupta

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