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25 October 2004 LGS implementation for NAOS
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After more than two years of very successful operation in NGS mode, the VLT Shack-Hartmann AO system NAOS will be upgraded to be operational with the VLT LGS in late 2004. The implementation concerns a new STRAP tip-tilt sensor, an optical path including the trombone to accommodate for LGS height variations, a LIDAR device to measure the initial LGS height, and many high and low level software changes (real-time computer, instrument control, templates, preparation software, etc.). The paper presents this upgrade concept as well as some analysis of the predicted performance of NAOS-LGS.
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Markus E. Kasper, Julien Charton, Bernhard Delabre, Rob Donaldson, Enrico Fedrigo, Guy Hess, Norbert N. Hubin, Jean-Louis Lizon, Matty Nylund, Christian Soenke, and Gerard Zins "LGS implementation for NAOS", Proc. SPIE 5490, Advancements in Adaptive Optics, (25 October 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.551650
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