ESA Euronews: E-ELT: Europe’s extreme new telescope

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Work is underway to build the E-ELT, a telescope that could one day find signs of life on distant planets. With a 39-metre mirror, it will be the world’s biggest optical and infrared telescope.

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Italian: http://youtu.be/vrQZEBOWqsM
French: http://youtu.be/5enycnYuVR8
German: http://youtu.be/sCTKGGmHp2s
Spanish: http://youtu.be/_0jcfXKxjLI
Greek: http://youtu.be/e1y3FNZK9h0
Portuguese: http://youtu.be/ZX-srt2dlr8
Hungarian: http://youtu.be/nGyRcuk4ydk

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8 Comments

  1. I am a bit curious about the quad-copter for dropping stuff on Mars…Does Mars have enough atmosphere to keep a quad-copter airborne? Especially if it's carrying a load?

  2. You're going to have to be a little more imaginative in the future or your next, larger telescope will be called HLT ( Humongously Large Telescope ) or MLT ( Mindblowingly Large Telescope ) lol.

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