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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 0779

Electromechanical System Interaction with Optical Design
Editor(s): Sankaran Gowrinathan
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0779
Date Published: 6 October 1987
Softcover: 13 papers (109) pages
ISBN: 9780892528141

Table of Contents
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Parametric Studies Of Lightweight Reflectors Supported On Linear Actuator Arrays
Author(s): George E. Seibert
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Design Considerations For Large Beam Directors
Author(s): J. E. Kimbrell; D. H. Ditto
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Hartmann Sensing At Adaptive Optics Associates
Author(s): Lawrence E. Schmutz
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A Segmented Active Mirror For Solar Observations
Author(s): Robert C. Smithson
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Continuously Deformable Mirrors
Author(s): Richard H. Sawicki; William Sweatt
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Pulsed Adaptive Control Of A High Speed Beam Steering Mirror
Author(s): Michael Anthony Johnson
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High-Bandwidth Lightweight Primary Mirror Concept Demonstration
Author(s): S. Johnson; T. Farrell; C. Neufeld
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Optoelectronic Instrumentation Projectile Follower System For Ballistic Applications
Author(s): John D. Dickens; C.David Brown; T.Robert Bechtol
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Scanning Optical Interferometers Stability Criteria And Movement Designs
Author(s): Jens Peter Dybwad
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Electro-Mechanical Design For Precision Pointing And Tracking Systems
Author(s): Larry A. Stockum; James Burge; Gerry Plunk
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Electromechanical System Configurations For Pointing, Tracking, And Stabilization Applications
Author(s): Michael K. Masten; J. M. Hilkert
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Internal Stabilization Mirror With Novel Gimbal Set For Falcon Eye FLIR
Author(s): Lyale Marr; Steve Sagan; Charlie Fuchs
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Low Cost Air Combat Training System
Author(s): Earl Flynn
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