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Brilliant Breakthroughs: Roger Angel

Looking millions of light-years into deep space requires a special kind of glass telescope. Prior to the 1980s telescopes were limited in size and too heavy to follow the motion of specific stars traveling through space. You’ll never bee-lieve where scientists found their engineering inspiration to overcome this challenge. Hint: It involves a sweet honeycomb structure.

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Brilliant Breakthroughs: Roger Angel

Looking millions of light-years into deep space requires a special kind of glass telescope. Prior to the 1980s telescopes were limited in size and too heavy to follow the motion of specific stars traveling through space. You’ll never bee-lieve where scientists found their engineering inspiration to overcome this challenge. Hint: It involves a sweet honeycomb structure.

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