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Aberration Characteristics Of Nonsymmetric Systems
  • J. W. Figoski
  • Mathematics, Engineering
  • Other Conferences
  • 14 February 1986
The background, theory and application of aberration fields in nonsymmetric systems is discussed. The usefulness of this concept, in the context of a new aberration display, is highlighted with anExpand
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Development Of A Three-Mirror, Wide-Field Sensor, From Paper Design To Hardware
  • J. W. Figoski
  • Engineering
  • Defense, Security, and Sensing
  • 11 October 1989
The Landsat Thematic Mapper imagers have provided moderate resolution, multispectral imagery of the Earth for the past 7 years. Yet, the need exists for higher spatial and spectral resolution andExpand
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Alignment and test results of the QuickBird telescope using the Ball Optical System Test Facility
The QuickBird telescope is a large-aperture, high-resolution instrument that produces panchromatic and multispectral images of the earth. It has been successfully aligned and is now undergoing finalExpand
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Computer-Aided Alignment Of A Wide-Field, Three-Mirror, Unobscured, High-Resolution Sensor
Santa Barbara Research Center has been exploring the technology related to the design, tolerance, and alignment of wide-field, all-reflecting sensors for multispectral earth observation. The goals ofExpand
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QuickBird telescope: the reality of large high-quality commercial space optics
The QuickBird telescope represents a significant accomplishment as the first large-aperture, high-resolution, totally unobscured optical system developed as a fixed-price commercial product. TheExpand
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Performance results for the Landsat OLI spectral filters
TLDR
This paper presents a summary of the performance of the Landsat Operational Land Imager (OLI) spectral filters. Expand
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Design And Tolerance Specification Of A Wide-Field, Three-Mirror, Unobscured, High-Resolution Sensor
  • J. W. Figoski
  • Engineering
  • Photonics West - Lasers and Applications in…
  • 13 June 1989
Santa Barbara Research Center has been exploring technology related to the design, tolerance, and alignment of wide-field, all-reflective sensors for multispectral earth observation. The goals ofExpand
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A Coaxial Interferometer With Low Mapping Distortion
A vacuum rated Coaxial Reference Interferometer (CORI) has been designed that satisfies the data input requirements of Computer Controlled Polishing (CCP) methods. The instrument obtains wavefrontExpand
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Shearing interferometer as an interferometric filter for the reduction of scattered light.
The background radiation problem encountered in astronomical observations is reviewed, and it is observed that a considerable reduction of the background radiation can be achieved by usingExpand
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Broadband optical phase shifter.
P. T. Ballard, H. A. Hill, and J. W. Figoski P. T. Ballard and H. A. Hill are with the University of Ari­ zona, Physics Department, Tucson, Arizona 85721; J. W. Figoski, at the University of Arizona,Expand
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