Austin, TX, February 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Stewart Research founder Ronald Stewart, Ph.D., announces the latest imaging of asteroid 2012 DA14, using his proprietary IMMI (Infinite Microscopic Macroscopic Imaging) Technology, to give us remarkable views of the asteroid that passed within the Earth’s geosynchronous satellite orbital ring on 02/15/2013.
The IMMI Technology is currently being used in conjunction with the EXO-SCOPE Project, which will combine this advanced astronomical imaging platform with either large telescopes, or through a series of interlinked smaller telescopes, to effectively create the largest telescope system in the world.
A video for asteroid 2012 DA14 may be viewed at:
These unprecedented views display a potato-shaped object approximately 45 meters in length, or about half the size of a football field, as it approaches our planet.
Further information about IMMI and EXO-SCOPE may be viewed at:
For additional information, please contact Professor Ronald Stewart at:
EXO-SCOPE Project Coordinator