July 19, 2018
We allegedly went to the moon in the 1960s.
Since then, space stuff has pretty much ceased.
We’ve switched focus to trannies and Somalian immigrants.
But at least we have pictures of Neptune now.
An incredible super-sharp image of planet Neptune has shown just how far earthbound telescope technology has come, producing an image quality that rivals that of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope.
The crisp, clear photo was made possible because of a new system of lasers installed in the European Southern Observatory’s (ESO) Very Large Telescope (VLT), located in Chile.
The MUSE/GALACSI adaptive optics system allows the telescope to correct the effects of atmospheric turbulence and create sharper spatial images.
The newly released photo of Neptune demonstrates the telescope’s greater capabilities, showing that it is now possible to capture images from the ground at visible wavelengths that are sharper than those taken by Hubble, a telescope that orbits the earth.
There are no spacecraft currently orbiting Neptune, so if astronomers want images of the planet, they need to take them from some 4.6 billion kilometers (2.9 billion miles) away.
It’s a nice picture.
But we’re a long way off from what I was promised as a child.
To say the least.
Definitely looking forward to that space force.
I am so fucking tired of fighting Jews.
I want a chance at the Zerg.