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Huge telescope opens its eyes

A huge binocular telescope begins releasing images gathered from 102 million light years away.

After 20 years of construction and a $120 million price tag, the Large Binocular Telescope in Arizona is collecting visual information from the depths of the universe--and the results are impressive. Using two 27-foot mirrors, it's just produced images of a spiral galaxy 102 million light years away from our own.

Read the full story, with pictures, at BBC News: "Giant telescope opens both eyes"