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Adaptative Background Interferometric Strehl Meter,Graphical user interface (GUI) to mesure Astrophysics image quality (Strehl ratio)

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ABISM: Adaptive Background Interferometric Strehl Meter

Install:

pip install abism

or for developpers:

pip install -U git+https://github.com/tinmarino/abism 

Start: from shell:

abism image.fits

What: A graphical user interface (GUI) to measure the strehl ratio. Meaning the quality (.fits) image from a telescope with adaptive optics.

Who: For observer astronomers using adaptive optics

How: On the following image, we have a Strehl ratio 50% which is excellent. Notice the warning that we are reaching the non-linearity detector limit. We did not take time to measure the error of the measure if non linear, it is very detector dependant.

More: from ipython:

# Import
from abism.run import run_async

# Launch (sm for Strehl Meter)
sm = run_async('--verbose', '1', './image.fits') 

# Print details
print(sm.state)

License: Do whatever you want with the code

Authors: Julien Girard, Martin Tourneboeuf

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