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  • noun Plural form of arcsecond.

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  • The image itself shows details measuring 0.09 arcseconds, which is about 65 kilometers (about 40 miles).

    Gizmodo

  • The image itself shows details measuring 0.09 arcseconds, which is about 65 kilometers (about 40 miles).

    Gizmodo

  • The image itself shows details measuring 0.09 arcseconds, which is about 65 kilometers (about 40 miles).

    Gizmodo

  • Finally, as a technical goal, ALMA will be able to do precise imaging with a resolution of 0.1 arcseconds (that's 0.000028 degrees) with a dynamic range of 1000.

    URSI Update #1

  • The resulting images achieve resolution on the order of milli-arcseconds.

    First Stellar Images

  • Algieba in the Sickle is a striking double star with component stars 4.6 arcseconds apart.

    Starwatch: Leo

  • The resulting images achieve resolution on the order of milli-arcseconds.

    Archive 2009-02-25

  • However, the Very Large Array in New Mexico can achieve resolutions down to 0.05 arcseconds.

    First Stellar Images

  • Current measurements with the VLBA are showing positions good to 0.5 milli-arcseconds (0.00000014 of a degree!) on the sky, and they hope to extend the project through the rest of Cassini's mission.

    Archive 2009-01-08

  • Current measurements with the VLBA are showing positions good to 0.5 milli-arcseconds (0.00000014 of a degree!) on the sky, and they hope to extend the project through the rest of Cassini's mission.

    URSI Update #2

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