A new study suggests that the sun’s gravity could be used to create a giant telescope that would magnify signals, both incoming and outgoing. The study also suggests that stronger signals could be achieved by using relay spacecraft to create a network connected by “radio bridges.”
Claudio Maccone, technical director of the Paris-based International Academy of Astronautics, and author of this new study on the mechanics of the proposed technique, explained, “If we use the sun as a gravitational lens, then we can keep in touch with our own probes even at considerable interstellar distances.”
The study appeared in a recent issue of the journal Acta Astronautica.
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