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By Rich Talcott October 8, PM The Extremely Large Telescope, shown in an artist rendering on location in Chile, will be one of a new crop of telescopes that could change astronomy forever. Within a decade, astronomer Edwin Hubble used it — then the largest telescope in the world, at inches across — to discover that galaxies exist beyond the Milky Way, and that the universe is expanding.
History repeated itself starting in , when the inch Hale Telescope took its first photograph of the night sky. These turned out to be supermassive black holes accreting matter in the centers of galaxies, a science-fiction fantasy when the Hale Telescope was built.
By the s, technology advanced far enough to usher in an era of telescopes 8 to 10 meters across 26 to 33 feet , and the same story played out once more. With an essential assist from the 2. Shockingly, researchers discovered that the expansion of the universe is accelerating. Again, this was only possible with the increased firepower of the latest telescopes.
Now, astronomers stand on the threshold of a new telescope revolution. During the next several years, researchers expect three instruments that are more than twice the size of their closest competitors to start scanning the skies. This quartet of new instruments promises to deliver stunning science on the hot-button issues.
But, as with the previous great leaps forward in size, the new scopes likely will also make discoveries that no one can yet envision. A bigger telescope collects more light, and so allows a deeper view of the cosmos.