New Images from the Ground are Better Than Hubble PICS

Posted: September 9, 2007 in Misc Tech

As telescopes go, Hubble isn’t actually that large; it’s only 2.4 metres. But it has a huge advantage over the much larger ground-based observatories: it’s up in space, above the distortions of the Earth’s atmosphere. But astronomers have developed techniques to overcome the atmospheric blurring, creating some of the most detailed images ever seen. The link below is to some of the new pictures

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