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DARPA Deploys Tiny Satellite That Could Take Best Pictures of Space Ever


DARPA Deploys Tiny Satellite That Could Take Best Pictures of Space Ever A tiny military satellite may be able to take the sharpest pictures yet of extremely distant and difficult to spot objects out in space. DARPA, the Pentagon’s research division, recently deployed what they call the Deformable Mirror (DeMi) CubeSat from the International Space Station, according to a press release. Over the next year, the toaster-sized satellite will use its camera to focus on the dim, distant objects in space that usually get washed out by nearby stars or other larger objects.   More



(Source: Futurism - Jul 30)

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