Very large computer generated holograms for precision metrology of aspheric optical surfaces, Phase I

Metadata Updated: August 1, 2018

Both ground and space telescopes employ aspheric mirrors. A particular example is the X-ray telescope where primary and secondary mirrors have nearly cylindrical surfaces.

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Metadata Updated Date August 1, 2018

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