Abstract

A simple and new target-alignment scheme for short-wavelength lasers is presented in the context of the alignment requirements of a nickel-like molybdenum extreme-ultraviolet laser. The current optical design for the system is presented, along with data indicating alignment capabilities of at least 16 μm.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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