Data-driven subspace predictive control: Lab demonstration and future outlook
Van Gorkom, K.
AffiliationSteward Observatory, University of Arizona
Wyant College of Optical Science, University of Arizona
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CitationHaffert, S. Y., Males, J. R., Close, L., Long, J., Schatz, L., Van Gorkom, K., Hedglen, A., Lumbres, J., Rodack, A., Guyon, O., Knight, J., Sun, H., & Fogarty, K. (2021). Data-driven subspace predictive control: Lab demonstration and future outlook. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.
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AbstractMagAO-X system is a new adaptive optics for the Magellan Clay 6.5m telescope. MagAO-X has been designed to provide extreme adaptive optics (ExAO) performance in the visible. VIS-X is an integral-field spectrograph specifically designed for MagAO-X, and it will cover the optical spectral range (450-900 nm) at high-spectral (R=15.000) and high-spatial resolution (7 mas spaxels) over a 0.525 arsecond field of view. VIS-X will be used to observe accreting protoplanets such as PDS70 b c. End-To-end simulations show that the combination of MagAO-X with VIS-X is 100 times more sensitive to accreting protoplanets than any other instrument to date. VIS-X can resolve the planetary accretion lines, and therefore constrain the accretion process. The instrument is scheduled to have its first light in Fall 2021. We will show the lab measurements to characterize the spectrograph and its post-processing performance. © COPYRIGHT SPIE. Downloading of the abstract is permitted for personal use only.
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