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Australia-led partners develop optics to deal with ‘space junk’ – Optics.org

ANU and RMIT researchers’ adaptive optics to direct guide star laser being developed by Electro Optic Systems.

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13 Apr 2021
ANU and RMIT researchers adaptive optics to direct guide star laser being developed by Electro Optic Systems.
Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have harnessed a technique that helps telescopes perceive objects in the night sky more clearly with the aim of combating dangerous and costly space debris.The researchers work on adaptive optics, which removes the haziness caused by turbulence in the atmosphere, has been applied to a new guide star laser for better identifying,…

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