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  • A wide-field view of one of my favorite places in the sky.

    The Lensman's Children

  • When you fire a wide-field spread shot in this setting, you vaporize all nanites within the primary area of effect.

    Delta Anomaly

  • A wide-field view of one of my favorite places in the sky.

    Archive 2010-07-01

  • In "A Grand and Bold Thing," Ann Finkbeiner recounts how the wide-field telescope of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey produced a remarkable guide to the universe.

    To Infinity . . .

  • When you fire a wide-field spread shot in this setting, you vaporize all nanites within the primary area of effect.

    Delta Anomaly

  • When you fire a wide-field spread shot in this setting, you vaporize all nanites within the primary area of effect.

    Delta Anomaly

  • STEREO's two wide-field instruments, the Heliospheric Imagers provide Solar Stormwatch with its data.

    New Citizen Science Opportunity: Solar Storm Watch | Universe Today

  • The Hubble Telescope's wide-field planetary camera took this image in 2007 of the "last hurrah" of a star like our sun.

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  • A wide-field image of the region around NGC 4710 constructed from Digitized Sky Survey 2 data.

    "X" Marks Puzzling Galactic Bulge | Universe Today

  • "Due to artificial light pollution, natural air glow, as well as sunlight scattered by dust in our solar system, it is virtually impossible to take a wide-field astronomical photograph that has a perfectly uniform background," Mellinger said.

    1 Milky Way; 3,000 Images | Universe Today

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