In the 1950s, a group of scientists set out to prove that nature had invented the telescope.
But as the team discovered, there was no telescope, and it was the telescope alone that was causing all the trouble.
Today, we are seeing that same team of scientists in action again.
Scientists have learned that natural phenomena can produce something as beautiful and dramatic as a star.
In one case, a comet’s tail was captured in a telescope and magnified thousands of times.
But this was only one of several examples.
“The fact that a telescope can make such a spectacular object, like a comet, is a remarkable thing, because we have been taught that that is what a telescope is supposed to do,” said Michael T. Hall, who worked with the team to create the new image.
The new image, published in the journal Science, shows a comet and its tail.
The comet and tail are visible in the background.
Scientists believe that the comet is about 1,500 light-years away, but they have not yet been able to get a clear picture of its location.
Scientists say that the star is not alone.
Astronomers have found evidence that other objects in the galaxy are being magnified by the same force that is responsible for creating a telescope.
For example, in 2011, astronomers found evidence of an object called the Orion Nebula.
In this image, the Orion nebula, or “hot spot,” is visible.
A similar phenomenon is known as gravitational lensing.
A telescope magnifies light, but it also produces an echo effect, which can help astronomers see the faintest of objects, such as planets or asteroids.
And finally, the scientists found that an object’s gravity can distort the light emitted by an object like a star, producing an image that is more intense than it should be.
In their new paper, the team reports how the astronomers performed the experiments in the laboratory to test their theory.
Researchers have long used the Hubble Space Telescope to look at objects in space.
In the past, scientists have used optical instruments to observe objects in orbit, such the Cassini spacecraft, but these observations have never been able be made using a telescope in the sky.
As scientists have refined the telescope’s instruments, they have developed new methods to image the planets and comets in our galaxy, and they have used new imaging techniques that have allowed them to see the universe at a much finer scale.
With this new image of a comet in the Orion constellation, astronomers were able to show that the force of gravity is behind the telescope image.
The scientists also demonstrated that a mirror in the telescope lens was capable of deflecting the light.
This is a key feature that the Hubble telescope lacked in the 1950’s.
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is scheduled to launch in 2018.