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Amateur astronomer John Lenard Walson claims to have devised an "apparatus" composed of a common CCD camcorder and a commercial grade telescope that is capable of zooming and focusing in on deep space objects (which appear to the naked eye as regular stars) in such a way, that their shape and structure becomes clearly visible.
Originally posted by mightymouth
reply to post by silver6ix
Don't forget that once he's got the moon (or whichever object) in his scope he still has zoom capabilities through the camera lens. I have a simple Meade telescope and with the right lens you can get a pretty detailed view of the lunar surface.
Originally posted by silver6ix
reply to post by mightymouth
So why dont you set up up to film the moon for 24 hours and tell us if you see any alien spacecraft leaving the moon bases?