Perhaps their subconscious minds had understood the telescope images after all.
Then some quick telescope images of Titan that showed a blurry orange sphere.
The sphere of incandescence on the telescope images obliterated several square kilometers of moon-city.
Beh bin Adee brought up an another telescope image, then magnified it.
Didn't you see those telescope images that you described to me?
Even more advanced controls, called adaptive optics, are being developed to compensate for atmospheric turbulence in telescope images.
The telescope images infrared light onto an array of solid-state detectors.
Diffraction spikes are lines radiating from bright light sources in reflecting telescope images.
This technology incorporates computerized systems that remove much of the blurring effect on telescope images caused by turbulence in the atmosphere.
If experimenters keep the two telescope images separate physically, then they ought not to expect any kind of interference fringes or other "spooky" behavior.