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Quantum Communications and Quantum Imaging XI
We derive an approximation to the intensity covariance function of two scanning pinhole detectors, facing a distant source (e.g., a star) being occluded partially by an absorptive object (e.g., a planet). We focus on using this technique to identify or image an object that is in the line-of-sight between a well-characterized source and the detectors. We derive the observed perturbation to the intensity covariance map due to the object, showing that under some reasonable approximations it isdoi:10.1117/12.2023743 fatcat:6jus3qs4qbhn7dhfomyadxsunm