FLY EYE TELESCOPE
The telescope, nicknamed ‘Flyeye’, is an innovative telescope that splits the view into several smaller subimages, significantly expanding the field of view, just as a fly’s compound eye does. ASDEA performed a linear dynamic analysis to evaluate the magnitude of accelerations that affect the telescope with a special focus on its delicate optics.
Photo: ESA/A. Baker
The European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT) will be the largest telescope-based astronomical observatory in the world featuring an optical near-infrared telescope, among other advanced features.
THE EUROPEAN EXTREMELY LARGE TELESCOPE
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The St. Stephen Church Deanery is one of the biggest churches in Africa. The complex building exhibits modern features like its unique architecture. The unusual cover consists of doubled-curved gridshell domes supported by structural arches.
ST. STEPHEN CHURCH DEANERY
Centi Palace is one of the most important Baroque monuments in the Region of Abruzzo. It was constructed between 1752 and 177. The building boasts a three-story rectangular floor plan, a large entrance gallery with an inner courtyard, and a monumental staircase.