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Venice 2001
Beyond
Conventional
Adaptive
Optics
Antoine Labeyriea,b, Luc Arnoldb, Pierre Riauda,b, Olivier Lardièrea,b,
Virginie Borkowskia,b, Sophie Gilleta,b, Julien Dejonghea,b and Hervé Le Corollera,b
aLaboratoire d'Interféromètrie Stellaire et Exoplanétaire (LISE), CNRS, France
bObservatoire de Haute Provence, 04870 Saint-Michel l'Observatoire , France
ABSTRACT
Large hypertelescopes, i.e. "multi-aperture densified-pupil imaging interferometers",
can be built in the form of "exploded" ELT's (EELT). An exploded OWL, spanning
one-kilometer for example, has the same limiting magnitude and higher resolution.
An Arecibo-type design, called CARLINA, is considered for implementation in a
spherical crater or sink-hole. using balloon-borne focal optics. Its science includes
deep-field imaging for cosmology. The possibility of having multiple, independently
pointed, focal stations improves the science/cost efficiency with respect to the usual

  

Source: Arnold, Luc - Observatoire de Haute-Provence
Lardière, Olivier - Observatoire de Haute-Provence

 

Collections: Physics