Perspective materials and technologies for constructing light-weight telescope mirrors
|1Maslov, VP |
1V.E. Lashkarev Institute of Semiconductor Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
|Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2007, 13 ;(4):054-061|
|Publication Language: Ukrainian|
The analysis of literature data and the set of experimental results allow one to consider SiC-ceramics and glassceramics as the most perspective materials for light-weight telescope mirrors. The developed technology of solid-phase bonding of polished details with the help of nano-dimensional vacuum coatings (SBPD-tech-nology) enables one to realize "sandwich"-constructions of the light-weight mirrors both of glass ceramics and of the combined constructions, SiC-ceramics (basis) – glassceramics (top working layer).
|Keywords: ceramics, light-weight telescope mirrors, solid-phase bonding|
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