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The High-Definition Space Telescope

Postby Nightspore » Fri Aug 14, 2015 10:57 pm

What’s Coming After Hubble and James Webb? The High-Definition Space Telescope ~ Universe Today

http://www.universetoday.com/121849/wha ... telescope/

Decades after its momentous launch, the ever popular Hubble Space Telescope merrily continues its trajectory in low-earth orbit, and it still enables cutting-edge science. Astronomers utilised Hubble and its instruments over the years to obtain iconic images of the Crab Nebula, the Sombrero Galaxy, the Ultra Deep Field, and many others that captured the public imagination. Eventually its mission will end, and people need to plan for the next telescope and the next next telescope. But what kinds of space exploration do scientists want to engage in 20 years from now? What technologies will they need to make it happen? op cit

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