Hubble Space Telescope images of the nucleus of M31 show a double-peaked structure with the primary peak being offset from the center by approximately 0.5″. We observed the central 13″ of M31 in the J, H, and K
passbands to determine the nuclear structure in the near-infrared. Observations were taken at the MMT Observatory, using a low-order adaptive optics system, FASTTRAC II (Gray et. al. 1995). The diffraction limit for the system is 0.25″ in K band. PSF images showed correction to 0.5″ FWHM. Uncorrected images showed the seeing to be about 1″. The images were deconvolved using several methods to check for consistency. We used Iterative-Blind Deconvolution, Richardson-Lucy, and Wiener filter algorithms, getting similar results for each. Measurements suggest the PSF in the deconvolved images is approximately 0.35″ FWHM.