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Title: The Palomar Adaptive Optics System
Authors: Dekany, Richard G.
Issue Date: 7-Jul-1996
Citation: Maui, Hawaii, USA
Abstract: Currently under construction at the Jet Propulsion laboratory, the Palomar Adaptive Optics System (PALAO) is a Cassegrain-mounted system for infrared astronomy incorporating active laser metrology to minimize the effects of mechanical flexure.
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