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Modern Nonlinear Optics, Part 2 by Myron W. Evans, Stanislaw Kielich

By Myron W. Evans, Stanislaw Kielich

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For a telescope of focal length f, the image plane scale S in units of arcseconds per linear dimension at the image plane is given by S 206265  arcsec radian  . 63 arcsec/mm. It is important to note that the scale of the image is independent of the aperture size. The aperture size determines the amount of power that enters the telescope. 4 Magnification in visual systems Magnification of the angle from object space to image space is applied to afocal visual systems. 15 shows a lens forming a real image with a second lens positioned to examine the real focal plane.

Scalar diffraction theory decomposes an object into the sum of an ensemble of independently radiating point sources. Each point source in the object has its own position, amplitude, and phase, each of which is characteristic of the object. Additionally, each point source radiates a spherical wavefront, which is clipped by the system entrance aperture. The optical system changes the expanding wavefront into a wavefront that converges to a region in the image plane. Since the entire spherical wavefront from the object is not captured by the entrance aperture, the image of that point is “blurred” by diffraction.

An astronomical telescope on the surface of the earth views the heavens through several bandpass windows. The darker line in Fig. 1 shows transmission of the atmosphere as a function of wavelength between 400 and 1100 nm. The solar radiance between 400 and 1100-nm wavelengths is also shown in Fig. 1 (the lighter line). Atmospheric transmission gradually increases from 70% at 400 nm to 90% at 600 nm. 1 Graph showing both the solar radiance in units of W / cm2 · sr · nm as a function of wavelength and the transmittance of the atmosphere, normalized to a peak of 1.

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