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Deconvolution, part 2

July 2013: Here’s how you can turn the theory into reality.
RELATED TOPICS: ASTROIMAGING
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In last month’s column, we looked at the theory of deconvolution. This month, we’ll explore a hands-on application.

Our goal will be to deconvolve a slightly blurred image and make it look sharp. Be warned, however: Two bad things can happen if we don’t have the settings correct.

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