Deep Space Observer
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W. M. Keck Observatory, the most powerful telescope on earth was built and maintained using such unusual devices as a Sand Blaster, a Korean War Thermal imaging camera and the Theremin.
Host Richard Hammond reveal the engineering triumphs embedded in the Super Telescope. How could a sand-blaster, a Cold War spy gadget and the invention of refrigerators have led to the creation of this massive instrument?