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Posted by Tom Simpson on May 18, 2003 20:08:36 UTC

The problem is that:
Those detailed views you see in the Hubble Photos you are accustomed to seeing on the Internet, really are only available though "Photography".

Your little human eyes cannot see this incredible stuff through the lens as our eyes are just simply not powerfull enough.
It takes hour long photographic exposures to capture all that wonderfull stuff out there.
But it is still and incredible Universe out there.
Don't deny Yourself.

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