Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Chris R. Benn, Sebastian Els, Tom Gregory, Ilona Söchting, Roy Østensen
    Pages 3-6
  3. Jean-Pierre Véran, François Rigaut, Jeffrey Stoesz, Glen Herriot, Brent Ellerbroek
    Pages 19-25
  4. Anthony Boccaletti, Jean-Charles Augereau, Gaël Chauvin, Pierre Riaud, Jacques Baudrand, François Lacombe et al.
    Pages 25-30
  5. S. Kellner, R. Ragazzoni, W. Gässler, E. Diolaiti, J. Farinato, C. Adriciaco et al.
    Pages 31-34
  6. M. Le Louarn, N. Hubin, B. Delabre
    Pages 36-41
  7. Rainer Lenzen
    Pages 42-46
  8. Rainer Lenzen, Laird Close, Wolfgang Brandner, Markus Hartung, Beth Biller
    Pages 46-52
  9. N. Ageorges, L.E. Tacconi-Garman, C. Lidman
    Pages 53-61
  10. Miwa Goto, the Subaru AO/IRCS Teams
    Pages 63-69
  11. Wolfgang Hummel, Chris Lidman, Nancy Ageorges, Yves Jung, Olivier Marco, Danuta Dobrzycka
    Pages 69-74
  12. Giovanna Pugliese, Domenico Bonaccini, Manuela Zoccali, Alvio Renzini, Lowell Tacconi-Garman
    Pages 75-78
  13. Konrad R.W. Tristram, M. Almudena Prieto
    Pages 79-82
  14. Hans Weghorn, Rainer Lenzen, Wolfgang Brandner, Markus Hartung
    Pages 83-85
  15. A. Robert Weiss, Stefan Hippler, Markus Feldt
    Pages 87-94
  16. Anthony G.A. Brown, Enrico Fedrigo, Paul van der Werf
    Pages 94-96
  17. Rodolphe Conan, Thierry Fusco, Gérard Rousset
    Pages 97-102
  18. Thierry Fusco, Gérard Rousset, Amandine Blanc
    Pages 103-109
  19. Jon S. Lawrence, Michael C.B. Ashley, Michael G. Burton, James P. Lloyd, John W.V. Storey
    Pages 111-117

About these proceedings

Introduction

The field of Adaptive Optics (AO) for astronomy has matured in recent years, and diffraction-limited image resolution in the near-infrared is now routinely achieved by ground-based 8 to 10m class telescopes. This book presents the proceedings of the ESO Workshop on Science with Adaptive Optics held in the fall of 2003. The book provides an overview on AO instrumentation, data acquisition and reduction strategies, and covers observations of the sun, solar system objects, circumstellar disks, substellar companions, HII regions, starburst environments, late-type stars, the galactic center, active galaxies, and quasars. The contributions present a vivid picture of the multitude of science topics being addressed by AO in observational astronomy.

Keywords

Data Reduction Observational Astronomy Telescopes adaptive optics astronomy cosmology data acquisition diffraction optics quasar

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b80350
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin/Heidelberg 2005
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-25034-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-31605-3
  • Series Print ISSN 1431-2433
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-6143
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