ASTRONOMY & FREE SPACE OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

Correct aberrations from atmospheric turbolence

A large series of solutions for Earth based Space Applications

Adaptive optics can correct for fast aberrations change generated by atmospheric turbolence. Dynamic Optics offers a large series of solutions. Both deformable mirrors and deformable lenses can be used in telescopes covering all possible specifications.

Deformable mirrors offer excellent wavefront correction performaces with up to hundreds of actuators and fast wavefront sensing.

Deformable lenses are a very good solution for small/medium size telescopes where compactness and easiness of use are important. Deformable lenses can be installed without major changes to existing setup and used with our fast Shack Hartmann wavefront sensor for real time wavefront correction at high frequency at any wavelength from visible to telecom wavelengths ad 1550nm.

Dynamic Optics offers 3 solutions:

EMBEDDED FAST WAVEFRONT CORRECTION WITH DEFORMABLE LENSES
  • Ideal for small telescopes for imaging and fiber coupling
POST FOCAL WAVEFRONT CORRECTION SYSTEMS
  • including high performances scientific cameras or single mode fiber coupling modules
SECONDARY DEFORMABLE MIRROR
  • embedded in the telescope
Perseus cluster

Omicron telescope 1m, Plateu de Calern. 120 sec exposure time.
J. of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems, 6(2), 029004 (2020). LINK

Adaptive optics with embedded secondary deformable mirror