Optical alignment II: May 3-4, 1984, Arlington, Virginia
SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 140 pages
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0ptical accuracy adjusted alignment procedure alignment system angle angular Antares aperture applications assembly autocollimation axes beamline beamsplitter boresighting calibration cell center of curvature centerline channels collimated configuration coordinate system crosshair defined detector device diameter diffraction display edge excitation function fiber focal plane focus focused fringes grating rhomb harmonic horizontal infrared instrument interferometer laser beam laser diode lens lenses line of sight located loop LSCA magnet mast optics measurement mechanical micrometers microns microradians module monitor motors mounting Nova Nova laser operator optical axis optical components optical element optical system optical tooling orientation output parallel parameters pattern performance periscope photodetector polyhedron position power amplifier precision quadrupole magnets radius reference telescopes reflected reflectors reticle rotation second grating sector sensor shearing interferometer shown in Figure space spatial filter target chamber techniques theodolite thermal tilt transit turn mirror vacuum vertical wavelengths