The pyramid mirror is in a glass cube of 40 mm by 40 mm by 40 mm (Fig. 1A). The diameter of the center hole is 10 mm. Its inner faces were coated with protected gold to generate equal phase shift between two orthogonal polarizations for the reflections. The pyramid mirror was attached to an aluminum holder and fixed to the bottom vacuum flange by rods. Its outside dimension was designed to fit within the vacuum chamber with a tolerance of ±0.5 mm.

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