Galactic Gravitomagnetic Lumina Scope

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A Galactic Gravitomagnetic Lumina Scope is a Scope that utilizes special relativity and pico-lasers with rotating superconductors. It can also be on the sub atomic scale as well. The design image is enclosed it would be powered by fusion or anti-matter batteries to rotate the super conductor. A higgs boson battery could also be utilized to rotate the scope for imaging. It could be placed in L1 through L5 points near the moons orbit in 10 years if funding is appropriated. Estimated project cost are 200 billion.

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