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Is there a recognized limit on the ultimate resolution for magnification of a given area's original image capture? What is the smallest line of light transmitted intelligence which can be manipulated and expanded to show details such as derived from instruments such as the Hubble satelite telescope? Or conversely, a small image magnified? How is light bent around solid objects and yet show a complete image, such as by putting a coin in a telescope's objective, and yet the coin is not seen, the image on the other side is, around the edges of the coin.
Re: image resolution limits
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