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Old 10th August 2017, 06:30   #1
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Default Lockheed Martin previews a future of tiny space telescopes

Current space telescopes are... big. You can't really avoid it given the need for giant lenses and bulky sensors. Lockheed Martin wants to fix that -- the aerospace firm has just released the first images from SPIDER (Segmented Planar Imaging Detecto...

https://www.engadget.com/2017/08/06/...spider-photos/
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