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A powerful experimental laser developed by the European Southern Observatory (ESO), TOPTICA Projects1 and other industry partners2 passed a key test last month at the Allgaeuer Volkssternwarte Ottobeuren observatory in Germany. The adaptive-optics laser has important additional capabilities compared to existing systems. It is to be installed at the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Optical Ground Station in Tenerife, Spain, in the frame of the ESO–ESA Research & Development collaboration. The higher laser power and its chirping system will lead to significant improvements in the sharpness of...

Yesterday the Berlin Senate has unlocked the first 10 Mio Euro for quantum...

Boston, MA – AEMtec GmbH from Berlin, Germany, a company widely known for its...

Guest-edited by Dr Aline Dinkelaker and Dr Aashia Rahman in an international...

Despite the COVID-19 crisis, Fraunhofer IZM and its 17 partners on the PLC 2.0...

Instrument Systems test lab develops traceable UV A/B/C reference sources for...

Today, two German federal authorities communicated via video for the first time...

On July 7, the photonics community in Berlin enjoyed a public event with some...