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An 800 mm diameter primary mirror system using adjustable bipod flexures is loaded on a vibration shaker to verify the mechanical safety under launch loads. Modal sweep detects the adhesive breakage or bolt slips after vibration tests. For details see Kihm et al., pp. 7776-7783.
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- Huygens–Feynman–Fresnel principle as the...
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- Toward a super imaging system [Invited]
- Aberration considerations in lens tolerancing
- Phase retrieval algorithms: a personal tour [Invited]
- Vibration detection by observation of speckle patterns
- Self-mode-locked 2 μm Tm3+-doped...
- Optical Constants of Water in the 200-nm to 200-?m...