C'mon mods, seems like a perfectly reasonable comment to me.
- Larger mirror than HST so more sensitivity (can see fainter stars and galaxies), and better angular resolution (diffraction limit).
- Infrared optimized. Because of thermal backgrounds, infrared is best done from space. (HST has some IR capability though)
... so this article is not really journalism, but rather marketing.
Exactly what I was thinking!
Mod parent up please.
What an incoherent rant. Perhaps you should lay off the vino before posting to slashdot.
NAS is not the same.
For example, when I am on the plane, my laptop has no access to the NAS (did I mention that I forgot to rsync before I left). With Dropbox, it syncs seamlessly, and so always has the most recent copy. And then it syncs up automatically when I get back online.
Another me too
( I hardly need the extra referral bonus space now but hey, it doesn't hurt either
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