Abstract

A method for reconstructing a diffraction-limited image from data consisting of many short-exposure turbulence degraded images is described. The results of a computer simulation of the method are presented. The method should prove useful for obtaining high-angular resolution images from large earth bound telescopes. The simulation indicates that the method may be applicable to astronomical objects as faint as ~11th magnitude.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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