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Left image: theoretical pupil image after the vortex showing the rejection of the input on-axis light inside the geometric pupil area in a circularly symmetric shape.In this paper, after briefly reviewing the theory of vectorial vortices, the authors describe our technological approach to generating the necessary phase helix, and report results obtained with the first optical vectorial vortex coronagraph (OVVC) in the laboratory. [See - Mawet et al. Fig. 7 for details.]
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