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Two Telescopes Linked To Find Planets 103

Posted by timothy
from the twin-protuberances-peering-out- dept.
glinden writes: "Two telescopes at the Kech Observatory have been optically linked to form the Keck Interferometer. The resolving power of this combined telescope will apparently be sufficient to see earth-sized planets around nearby stars." quoll contributes a link to NASA's own version of the story, too.
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Two Telescopes Linked To Find Planets

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