In this post we will see Holography And Its Application by Yu. I. Ostrovsky.
About the book:
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The books explains basic physical fundamentals of a hologram and holography.
Continuing last week’s theme, I ran into a graduate report  by Arizona university student Nasrin Ghanbari, writing about the design process of a computer-generated hologram using Zemax. 160 more words
This seminar might be of interest to readers working with space borne radars:
The NASA Cryo Remote Sensing from Space (CRSS) webinars resume this week after a longer-than-planned hiatus. 241 more words
From a press release of the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, April 21, 2015:
Joint observations by the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) telescope in Chile and Antarctica’s largest astronomical telescope come closer to making detailed images of the supermassive black hole in the centre of the Milky Way, up to its very edge, the “event horizon”. 287 more words
Optical theory can guide only so far, before designers must look at actual device designs. Books and patents are the obvious sources for this, but these are often very generic and soon outdated, as books get old and patents are vague by design in order to protect trade secrets. 161 more words