Party like its 1000002013!
My guess would be either Corning or Bausch and Lomb or a combination of both are housing these scopes. Corning has a long history of doing work on large projects of national importance in relation to telescope mirrors and Bausch and Lomb of course has a pretty solid reputation in the field of optics.
The country is in transition as the world is in transition. As the American middle class and poor start to wake up and look around they are starting to see that American exceptionalism has become irrelevant in todays global market. Do, we the people, have any relevance today? We will see if this movement grows to the point that forces current American policy to be rethought. Right now people feel very detached from the political process. The frustration people feel is the visual equivalent of an ant trying to pull a elephant. It just does not seem that the current behavior of government, as a whole, is a reflection of we the people no matter how we vote.
Don't know - No invite
If someone has an invite I'd love to check it out.
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Since each space point is moving away from each other this is unlikely to happen. Given the current mass of the black hole plus all matter within the space-time sphere that our galaxy would be found in after "digestion" one could calculate if that would be greater than the expansion of space time. I put my money on expansion.
It once took 7 times to d/l and burn a Ubuntu distribution that was error free for some odd reason. Does that count as 1 or 7?
Get a room!