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Photos of a Very Large Telescope (VLT)

There are no prizes for guess what VLT stands for; the mean of a VLT is a very large telescope mainly used for out space exploratory taking of telescope photographs that when applied give the most wonderful results. The VLT is made up of 4 eight meter in sync telescopes that can operate by themselves or collectively as well.

In the collective or combined operations the very big telescope has to power of collecting full light ray based similar to a 16Mtr singular telescope, thus this is the biggest known telescope of optical type across the globe.

The 4 eight meter telescopes complemented along side the three back up one meter telescopes could also be applied in interferometer style giving high sharp resolution imaging.

This in turn provides a helpful wavelength whose range can start from a basic UV and then go up to twenty-five microns with regards to infrared. For this same reason the pictures that have been clicked via a very big telescope has mesmerized astronomers all across the globe with it high potential.

In a more common sense of things, the very big telescope will give to the fraternity of astronomers the means/equipment to view things that are really very far off much more closer as compared to any of the other telescopes that exists as of now.

The photographs shall be produced courtesy the ESO Company shall be incomparable and would be so large that it could take pictures from anywhere of a particular football field and magnify its grass as well, it main purpose is to magnify the galaxies. Therefore the prospect of this very big telescope holds a lot of promise for researchers & astronomers.

The very big telescope shall have the capability of more than twelve times more proficient as compared to the 2.2Mtr telescope used in doing survey job.

At the time when it starts operating in a couple of years, ESO Company will be a firm with huge resources in the area of superior imaging capabilities.

As of now the very big telescope is complete operation, when this article was being written capturing photographs has not started to take place, but those building the VLT are optimistic that once it is operational it will carve a new piece of history by giving images that will be far better than even what the Hubble's telescope.

What this telescope is trying to achieve is a double bonanza, 1st it shall want to take even better quality picture as compared to the Hubble & 2nd it wants to do this when stationed at Earth itself.

So the question arises that do we need such technology? With doubt! This because as we know that many cameras on Hubble's telescope have become non-functional and to repair it there would be human space mission that would only being flying in sometime 2008.

Now if this very big telescope comes into being, these same photographs could be received without needing help from the Hubble.

Those building the VLT are optimistic that its images will better than the best.


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