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Measuring Equipments?

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Posted by Nameless. on August 14, 1998 04:09:37 UTC

We look at space, by using, radiotelescope. Then we use computer to analyze this picture. Computer program is made so, that there is some basic-mathematics in it. Computer has also own, pixell-accurace.

What kind of errors do we have this kind of measuring systems?

Is it possible, that our mathematics, at radiotelescope and computer, can change that space-view?

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