Foreign media: researchers capture the world’s first 3.2 billion pixel digital photos

A few days ago, according to foreign media reports, researchers from SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory of Stanford University in the United States took the first batch of photos with a resolution of 3.2 billion pixels, which is also the highest resolution picture in history. With a resolution of 3.2 billion pixels, a full-scale display of a picture requires 378 4K UHD TV screens. < / P > < p > it is reported that the camera that took these photos will be used in the space-time heritage survey astronomical telescope of Stanford University in Chile in the future. “Space time heritage survey” can photograph small objects with lower brightness that other astronomical telescopes “can’t see”. It can see golf balls 15 miles away, with 100 million times the sensitivity of the human eye. It will be used to study dark matter and dark energy, and shoot “the highest resolution astronomical film ever.”. < / P > < p > in fact, the reason why the camera can perform so amazing is that it has 189 imaging sensors with a resolution of 16 million pixels, which are divided into 25 groups, of which 21 are used for imaging. Each set of sensors is worth up to $3 million, and the installation of all imaging sensors took six months. < / P > < p > in addition, the camera assembly has not yet been completed, and it is expected that the whole machine test will start from the middle of 2021. After the SLAC lab is assembled, the research team will start work at the vilarubin Observatory in Chile in mid-2021. Over the next 10 years, it will take a full panoramic view of the southern sky every few nights. Continue ReadingIqoo5 series debut strength interpretation of “120 super full mark flagship”