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Telescope in Sun's gravity lens focus - pointing, gain, distortions
A telescope located in the gravitational focus of the Sun can use the Sun as a magnifying lens. The focus begins 550 AU away, but maybe a 700 or 1000 AU distance is needed to get rid of disturbances ...
Apr 6 at 9:27
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