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Billion-pixel Gaia camera to map galaxy in 3D

The European Space Agency successfully put its Gaia satellite into orbit, with the hopes of unrolling a stunning map of the Milky Way in 3D.

By December 19, 2013


Tour the Milky Way in 20 billion pixels

NASA has launched an interactive map of the Milky Way galaxy, constructed over the course of 10 years from more than 2 million infrared images from the Spitzer Space Telescope.

By March 21, 2014


Explore the Milky Way at 46 billion pixels

A 194-gigabyte image is the largest astronomical image ever created, showing a swathe of the Milky Way galaxy across the southern sky.

By October 21, 2015


Super Hi-Vision camera shoots 4 billion pixels every second

This broadcasting behemoth is a Super Hi-Vision camera recording a stunning 33 megapixels at 120 frames per second.

By May 28, 2012


Every Cyber Monday tech deal we've found so far

Saving money on gadgets without braving the Black Friday crowds: that's what Cyber Monday is all about. We're tracking the deals right here.

By November 25, 2015


Amazon announces Cyber Monday deals

Get an early look at Amazon's 2015 Cyber Monday sales, which will extend the Black Friday online shopping blitzkrieg through December 5.

By November 24, 2015


ESA's Gaia camera packs one billion pixels, maps entire Milky Way in 3D

The European Space Agency has just flopped out a 1 billion pixel (that's, one thousand megapixels) imaging device known as GAIA, which will map our galaxy in 3D.

By July 11, 2011


ESA's Gaia camera packs 1 billion pixels

European Space Agency's imaging device is embarking on an ambitious mission to chart the largest and most precise 3D map of the Milky Way.

By July 11, 2011


Enjoy all 1.3 billion pixels of this impressive Mars panorama

NASA releases an official gigapixel interactive panorama of the surface of Mars. It's the next best thing to being there.

By June 19, 2013


Turning a regular microscope into billion-pixel imaging system

Engineers at Caltech say that their approach -- computing their way past optical limitations -- could bring high-performance microscopes to medical clinics in developing countries.

By July 30, 2013