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Iao: The New Adaptive Optics Visible Imaging and Photometric System for AEOS

@inproceedings{Skinner2008IaoTN,
  title={Iao: The New Adaptive Optics Visible Imaging and Photometric System for AEOS},
  author={Mark A. Skinner and F. Anast and J. Mooney and Daryn Kono and L. C. Roberts and A. Hassall and S. Hunt},
  year={2008}
}
  • Mark A. Skinner, F. Anast, +4 authors S. Hunt
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Abstract : The Iao camera is a totally new camera system that will be replacing the existing visible imager (VisIM) camera. It functions as the science camera, and is capable of collecting uncompensated, as well as adaptive-optics compensated images. Iao offers a number of improvements over the existing system, including higher speed, greater sensitivity, as well as improved flexibility in control of the imaging system. We describe the Iao camera system, the current state of progress, as well… CONTINUE READING
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