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Expected Performance of Solar Adaptive Optics in Large Aperture Telescopes

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We study the performance of solar adaptive optics (AO) in large aperture telescopes with an end-to-end solar AO simulation package, and find that the extended field-of-view of the wavefront sensor and large zenith angle operations can compromise the quality of the AO correction.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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