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Advances in Adaptive Optics II
High-contrast imaging, particularly direct detection of extrasolar planets, is a major science driver for the next generation of extremely large telescopes such as the segmented Thirty Meter Telescope. This goal requires more than merely diffraction-limited imaging, but also attention to residual scattered light from wavefront errors and diffraction effects at the contrast level of 10 −8 -10 −9 . Using a wave-optics simulation of adaptive optics and a diffraction suppression system wedoi:10.1117/12.671667 fatcat:g35ryoimazgddei2duifx2e4ca