A fleet of dishes, each weighing more than 100 tons, would create the effect of a single, giant telescope able to capture light that had traveled for more than 10 billion years.
A fleet of dishes, each weighing more than 100 tons, would create the effect of a single, giant telescope able to capture light that had traveled for more than 10 billion years. Maryrose Fison Special to the Miami Herald
A fleet of dishes, each weighing more than 100 tons, would create the effect of a single, giant telescope able to capture light that had traveled for more than 10 billion years. Maryrose Fison Special to the Miami Herald

Breakthrough at world’s largest observatory

July 24, 2015 08:45 PM

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