In the near future, wearable cameras will be able to measure light from the sun, moon, and planets in the sky, allowing scientists to measure the presence of life beyond Earth.
These sensors will enable researchers to better understand the evolution of planets and moons around distant stars.
The ability to measure solar activity is also a potential benefit of this new technology.
This video by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory shows a solar telescope observing a star and recording the star’s light in real time.
The telescope then uses the light to calculate the brightness of the star, and the light in the telescope’s view of the sky can be used to measure its distance.
The video also shows how the sun’s surface can be measured by a camera attached to the telescope, and how that light can be sent back to Earth.
The technology that enables this technology is called Visible Array, and it is a combination of two different technologies.
One is known as the Visible Photon Array, which is similar to a microwave telescope.
The Visible Nanorobot is similar in concept to a camera mounted on a solar sail.
The Nanoroboost is a device that uses light to measure energy levels in a nanometer (billionth of a meter).
In the case of the Visibility Array, light is collected by a laser and sent to a device called a Visibility Spectrometer, which measures the amount of energy coming from the source of the light.
The device uses infrared radiation to measure both the light energy coming into the Visorometer and the energy that is reflected back.
These devices are being developed by companies like Advanced Lenses, Inc. and Rethink Robotics.
The second technology is a new kind of optical sensor called VisiScope.
It is a small, thin, high-resolution, and compact optical sensor that is mounted on the outside of a solar sails.
The sensors use infrared light to detect the amount and direction of light hitting the device, allowing them to track the motions of planets, stars, and other objects.
Theoretically, this could allow astronomers to measure changes in the position of planets around distant star systems and the positions of comets.
If this technology proves successful, it will be important for scientists studying comets and asteroids to better characterize their orbits.
The development of these technologies is currently taking place at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
This article was originally published on TechRadars site on August 29, 2018.