The recent spectacular performance of the Big Brain's unique NULT Telescope that came about through suggestions made from the NULT Telescope Pointing Suggestion Program and has led to some fine tuning and upgrading.
After completion of the NULT Telescope Pointing Suggestion Program and completion of corresponding observing projects running the 24 meter through its paces, several new ideas were implemented. The NULT has implemented on occasions, in the collection of specific data, the Adjunct. The Adjunct is used for near objects in our Solar System and works by accelerating the resolution of the telescope. This completely exclude tedious techniques such as interferometry. It works well for Lunar data and selected solar system objects. Multiple Adjuncts are currently being put into place. How many Adjuncts does the NULT have? So far, one is fully utilized, but as researched, the creation of and access to multiple Adjuncts will become an important part of NULT implementation in the future. Currently, the NULT employs the Universe Penetrator, Adjunct, DSC, Big Brain and NASA. The Big Brain uses either Left or Right, top or bottom, or some combination of Big Brain sections. Like the human brain that autonomously autonomic engages left or right brain, the Big Brain will do similar. Left Propeller section plus the Right AMD Streamers can function in unison, each handling their own modes, simultaneously - depending on the telescope task required. This information is subject to change without notice. Read the Disclaimer.