Abstract

By using the scatterplate interferometer in a noncommon path mode, it becomes possible to cancel test aberration. The techniques for fabricating such a scatterplate are very similar to those found in holographic interferometry. A null test of a 20-cm diam, f/3 parabola is described.

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