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Title: Comparison of full-aperture interferometry to sub-aperture stitched interferometry for a large diameter fast mirror
Authors: Catanzaro, B.

Issue Date: 22-Aug-2001
Citation: Optomechanical Design and Engineering 2001
Pasadena, CA, USA
Abstract: The Herschel Space Observatory (formerly known as FIRST) consists of a 3.5 m space telescope. Stitching sub aperture interferograms may offer considerable cost savings during testing of the flight telescope as compared to other techniques. A comparative demonstration is presented of interferogram stitching techniques that enable a composite map of a 3-D surface to be assembled from a sequence of sub-aperture measurements. This paper describes the fundamental procedures for stitching together component data sets and demonstrates such techniques with real data sets.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/13272
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