Jia Peng1; Zhang Sijiong2
Source Publicationresearchinastronomyandastrophysics
AbstractGround Layer Adaptive Optics (GLAO) is a recently developed technique extensively applied to ground-based telescopes, which mainly compensates for the wavefront errors induced by ground-layer turbulence to get an appropriate point spread function in a wide field of view. The compensation results mainly depend on the turbu-lence distribution. The atmospheric turbulence at Dome A in the Antarctic is mainly distributed below 15 meters, which is an ideal site for applications of GLAO. The GLAO system has been simulated for the Kunlun Dark Universe Survey Telescope, which will be set up at Dome A, and uses a rotating mirror to generate several laser guide stars and a wavefront sensor with a wide field of view to sequentially measure the wavefronts from different laser guide stars. The system is simulated on a computer and parameters of the system are given, which provide detailed information about the design of a practical GLAO system.
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Jia Peng,Zhang Sijiong. simulationofagroundlayeradaptiveopticssystemforthekunlundarkuniversesurveytelescope[J]. researchinastronomyandastrophysics,2013,000(007):875.
APA Jia Peng,&Zhang Sijiong.(2013).simulationofagroundlayeradaptiveopticssystemforthekunlundarkuniversesurveytelescope.researchinastronomyandastrophysics,000(007),875.
MLA Jia Peng,et al."simulationofagroundlayeradaptiveopticssystemforthekunlundarkuniversesurveytelescope".researchinastronomyandastrophysics 000.007(2013):875.
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