From the New Haven Register: The astronomy project, using eight telephoto lenses lashed together, turned up seven new galaxies, but so far it’s unknown how far away they are. That’s why the scientists have rented time on the giant space-based Hubble telescope “to see if Hubble can find individual stars in the galaxies,” he said. That will tell them how far away the galaxies are. It’s a difficult task because the galaxies are all diffuse in nature. Read more: http://www.nhregister.com/general-news/20140711/yale-astronomers-discover-seven-galaxies-using-camera-lenses
My take on this? Everyone is born a pseudo-scientist, it depends on the later education to take either the "pseudo" part or the "scientist" part out of you.
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