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Progress Towards Wide-Field Adaptive Optics for Future Extremely Large Telescopes

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We describe recent progress in system design, hardware component development, performance modeling, and lab- and field testing of concepts for ground layer, multi-conjugate, and multi-object adaptive optics for future extremely large telescopes.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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