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current12:53, 4 September 2005Thumbnail for version as of 12:53, 4 September 2005238 × 265 (3 KB)Saperaud~commonswikiMost modern aperture synthesis intererferometers use the rotation of the Earth to provide a wider range of telescope separations. Drawing from my project at Source: english wikipedia, original uploa
08:14, 25 June 2005Thumbnail for version as of 08:14, 25 June 2005238 × 265 (3 KB)Rnt20This image is taken from the project at: which is covered by a GFDL license. {{GFDL}}
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