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Uberresolution radio telescope beyond the heliopause

Quantum linked photons see through clouds even niftier they use a plurality of photons from one source this dividing source light from fog to create orders of magnitude higher resolution mapping the universe
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There is a diagram of a quantum linked photon imager that makes pictures of the surface of the earth through clouds even though both image sensors are off planet

I recreated the diagram from memory at (link)

anyway I think that an array of these could be used rather like a telescope array to view with tremedous specificity the light that comes from distant galaxies as the only time two or more photons would actually be linked is if they were from the same light source

That makes nebula as well as fog discenable from sources of light Its theoretically this is near perfect resolution

further the view of cosmic background radiation is associated with cooling from puffing at the origin of the universe

If there are actually photons still quantum linked from that event then finding the structures of the earliest universe forms that they describe physically maps the origins of the cosmos

Also the use of of a quantum linked telescope array could provide fresh views of the forces that attract matter Viewing the quantum linked photons around a gravitational lensing phenomena might say new things about the sources of things like cohesion or rate of universe spread

Putting it beyond the heliopause near Neptune removes solar effects

beanangel, Jun 29 2010

redrawn from memory http://i46.tinypic.com/2qxm2s8.png
[beanangel, Jun 29 2010]

I think *uber* can be added as a prefix to any word. http://www.urbandic...efine.php?term=uber
[xandram, Jun 29 2010]

The Physics of Ghost Imaging http://arxiv.org/abs/0805.1166
quandrum lint phoobar dingle bingle [BunsenHoneydew, Jun 30 2010]

This is the source image from a "bboyneko" technology blog http://i26.tinypic.com/iw7m39.jpg
[beanangel, Jul 14 2010]

The Air Force version http://www.airforce...ost_imagery_062908/
[beanangel, Jul 16 2010]


       Please link to the scientific paper for that detector.
MechE, Jun 29 2010

       The chances of any pair of entangled photons, originating from any event at interstellar distance, ~both~ ending up anywhere near us is effectively zero.   

       I think you may be confusing quantum entanglement with laser interferometry, or holographic imaging. Possibly neurolinguistic programming, or neolithic rainmaking. I'm not sure.
BunsenHoneydew, Jun 29 2010

       didn't we do this before except "event horizon" ?
FlyingToaster, Jun 30 2010

       There are precisely two Google hits for "quantum linked photon imager" - guess what they are?   

       And one for "quantum linked photon imaging" [link]. I leave it to finer minds than mine to determine the relevance. The stabbing pains in my brain started halfway through the first sentence of the abstract.
BunsenHoneydew, Jun 30 2010

       I found the graphic from another persons description of using Orbital quantum linked photon optics to image a planetary surface through atmosphere   

       I think this may be particularly effective at finding new earth size planets near earth I know they have found hundreds of jupiter size planets Near stellar objects might be particularly bright plus the higher resolution could detect the earth size objects   

       The question of how much light from how far away permits finding quantum linked photons is actually its own kind of thrill What if quantum linked photons from Quasars are detectable Wikipedia says Quasars give 2 trillion of times higher energy output than the sun or over 100 times the entire energy output of the milky way With quantum linked photons astrophysicists may be able to describe the quasar energy process
beanangel, Jul 16 2010


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