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In the four centuries since humans first pointed their telescopes at Mars, no eruption has been seen, leading to the assumption that it’s volcanically dead.
The CHEOPS observations confirmed intermediate work from other telescopes, and eventually a collaboration of roughly 200 astronomers managed to piece together a more complete picture of the system.
Ordinarily, we point telescopes at some object we want to see in greater detail.
Together, these telescopes will provide unprecedented views of the sun, helping to solve some of the most enduring mysteries of our star.
They allowed me to get toys that were clever, even though we couldn’t afford them — mechanical toys and telescopes.
Chiang’s team looked at old data from telescopes in space that mapped this background light.
One reason is that combining data together from an array of telescopes requires more effort in almost all regards, including greater computing resources.
They came from eROSITA, an orbiting X-ray telescope that launched in 2019 to track dark energy’s effect on galaxy clusters.
Ah, Barry, I laughed to myself, this is what comes from having the equivalent of the Hubble telescope for a pair of eyes.
EMU plans to boldly probe parts of the universe where no telescope has gone before.

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