Hartmann test

Hartmann test

[′härt·män ‚test]
(optics)
A test for telescope mirrors in which the mirror is covered with a screen with regularly spaced holes, and a photographic plate is placed near the focus; for a perfect mirror, this results in regularly spaced dots on the plate.
(spectroscopy)
A test for spectrometers in which light is passed through different parts of the entrance slit; any resulting changes of the spectrum indicate a fault in the instrument.
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