Very High Angular Resolution Imaging

Very High Angular Resolution Imaging

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In the rapidly developing field of high resolution astronomical imaging, there are strong parallels between the interferometric methods used at radio frequencies and in the optical/infrared, despite the differences in hardware. IAU Symposium 158 brought together workers from all wavebands, to discuss the science and art of 'Very High Angular Resolution Imaging'. As well as the latest techniques, a number of astronomical results from high resolution imaging were also presented. The proceedings of this Symposium will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in the field of high resolution astronomy.WOBBLE Uses photon-counting quadrant detectors to detect and correct wave- front tilt using PZT mirrors. SERVOl Guides the siderostats using information from either the video acquisition system or the tilt correcting mirrors and the astrometric model. ... Future development Future plans include a centralised user interface and VMEbus links to additional Motorola SBCs and an Ethernet link between theanbsp;...

Title:Very High Angular Resolution Imaging
Author: John G. Robertson, William J. Tango
Publisher:Kluwer Academic Pub - 1994

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