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NASA Considers Sending a Telescope to Outer Solar

Nancy_A (1774904) writes | more than 2 years ago

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Nancy_A (1774904) writes "A mission that astronomers and cosmologists have only dreamed about .... until now. A team at JPL and Caltech has been looking into the possibility of hitching an optical telescope to a survey spacecraft on a mission to the outer solar system. Light pollution in our inner solar system, from both the nearby glow of the Sun and the hazy zodiacal glow from dust ground up in the asteroid belt, has long stymied cosmologists looking for a clearer take on the early Universe."
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