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We may never know — the speed of light, our ultimate limiter, the fastest we can hope to travel (if we ever figure out how) is slow when you think of the distances between stars.

Even so, Dad’s scope gets more use today than it ever has, regardless of the growing and utterly pessimistic call for people to keep their eyes Earth-bound. NASA, the linchpin of our desires for a future that includes more than the planet we’re currently destroying, has been a popular target for cynics these days.

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