Astronomers with the help of an ordinary camera lens to discover the mysterious Nova (video) widcomm

With the help of an ordinary camera lens, astronomers have discovered a mysterious dark galaxy with the help of an array of ordinary camera lenses. Tencent space news Canon 400mm telephoto camera lens with sharp angle and fast speed to catch the football players and the red tailed hawk action. But no one can think of the lens to be able to make new discoveries in the field of dark matter and galaxy formation. University of Toronto astronomer Roberto Abraham and Yale University’s Pieter van Dokkum in their research using a Canon camera lens, hoping to solve the mystery of the growth of the galaxy structure. According to the theory of cold dark matter in cosmology, small galaxies will gradually merge and form a larger galaxy, they firmly build the structure of the universe. But scientists should be able to find more evidence of this galaxy merger than it is now. This may be because even the most advanced telescope lenses scatter too much of the incoming light in the screening of small galaxies. In 2013, Abraham and van Dokkum in order to find dark galaxies, they use three Canon telephoto lens to create from called "Red Dragonfly photography remote array". These lenses use a nanostructured material to reduce the scattering of light. In addition they help form the "eye lens structure", this structure can further eliminate the scattering effect. Now the lens array has been added to the 48 lens, and composed of two groups. This arrangement has yielded results. In August Abraham, van Dokkum and their colleagues reported finding the Dragonfly 44 galaxy, which is almost as large as our own Milky Way galaxy, but is darker, which contains only one star. The rest of the galaxy is probably made of dark matter. As Joshua Sokol wrote in an article in the Journal of Quantum Science: "strange dark galaxies are confusing astronomers, and this finding may rewrite the theory of galaxy formation." Now, the team has been given the chance to study the Dragonfly 44 galaxy with the Harbert space telescope. Abraham said: "I find it very interesting that we are using the most powerful telescope in human history to complete the unfinished work of a group of camera lens." (traveler compilation) if the earth around the sun will stop?相关的主题文章:

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