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The main mirror of the European Southern Observatory's (ESO) Extremely Large Telescope (ELT), known as M1, will be the largest mirror ever built for a telescope. diameter of more than 39 meters, and will consist of
The new observatory of planets and satellites that is currently being built on the roof of the Shenkar building will become one of the most sophisticated laboratories in the world, which will allow, among other things, advanced communication with satellites and other spacecraft
The joining will open up new possibilities for the institute's scientists in space research and will allow them to observe billions of light-years away with a resolution 10 times higher than that of the Hubble Space Telescope.
The researchers developed an amplifier - a medium containing atoms that the photon coming from space passes through after the telescope key. The impact of the photon on the atom forces the atom to release a large number of photons identical to the original photon improvement
The scientists observed the black hole in the center of the M87 galaxy which was photographed about three years ago by optical means, and now the huge magnetic field around it has been photographed which reveals what happens when matter approaches the speed of light and part of it is swallowed up by the black hole.
When building the next giant telescope in the Atacama Desert in Chile, changes in winds and visibility as a result of global warming must be taken into account, even in the most remote areas, especially when planning a facility that will operate for about a century
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