Abstract

We review laboratory experiments of Laser Tomographic Adaptive Optics (LTAO) on a simulated 10-meter telescope testbed at 710 nm. The system maintains 20–35% Strehl across 45” over the equivalent of 0.8 seconds of operation.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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