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Imaging through atmospheric turbulence using aperture diversity and blind deconvolution

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Abstract

We show that high-resolution imaging through strong atmospheric turbulence can be achieved using an aperture-diverse imaging system. The approach has potential for use with anisoplanatic imagery without recourse to a laser guide star.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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