3,200-megapixel camera of the future Vera Rubin Observatory snaps record-breaking 1st photos

The resolution is so good that a golf ball would be visible from 15 miles (25 kilometers) away.
3,200-megapixel camera of the future Vera Rubin Observatory snaps record-breaking 1st photos

The camera core for the future Vera C. Rubin Observatory
has snapped its first test photos, setting a new world record for the largest single shot by a giant digital camera.
The imaging sensor array, which comprises the focal plane for Vera Rubin’s SUV-sized digital camera
, snapped the 3,200-megapixel images during recent tests at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in California. (“SLAC” stands for “Stanford Linear Accelerator Center,” the facility’s origi…

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