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2 Hubble telescopes looking at each other in time for a world CCTV?

As technology progresses could something like a Super Hubble see satellite the Earth to have a time delay to have any use?

Super Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Super Hubble B. Super Hubble B is near Earth looking at Super Hubble A.

Could you back track a plane, satellite, or car that disappeared on a live 30 min-min delayed feed of Earth without having to store data?

2 Hubble telescopes looking at each other in time for a world CCTV?

Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Hubble B. Hubble B is near Earth looking at Hubble A.

Could you back track a plane, satellite, or car that disappeared on a live 30 min delayed feed of Earth?

2 Hubble telescopes looking at each other for a world CCTV?

As technology progresses could something like a Super Hubble see satellite the Earth to have a time delay to have any use?

Super Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Super Hubble B. Super Hubble B is near Earth looking at Super Hubble A.

Could you back track a plane, satellite, or car that disappeared on a live 30-min delayed feed of Earth without having to store data?

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2 Hubble telescopes looking at each other in time for a world CCTV?

Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Hubble B. Hubble B is near Earth looking at Hubble A. A laser projector(similar to a movie projector) on Hubble A sends a live picture of Hubble B and Earth to Hubble B.

Could we see back in time anywhere on one side of Earth 1 hour in the past in real time? How faryou back in time could the Hubble seetrack a plane, satellite, or car with enough distance from Earth back in actual time?

It would take 30 minutes to receive a signal from Earth to move Hubble A to pinpoint a placethat disappeared on a live 30 min delayed feed of Earth 1 hour in the past.?

2 Hubble telescopes looking at each other in time

Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Hubble B. Hubble B is near Earth looking at Hubble A. A laser projector(similar to a movie projector) on Hubble A sends a live picture of Hubble B and Earth to Hubble B.

Could we see back in time anywhere on one side of Earth 1 hour in the past in real time? How far back in time could the Hubble see a plane or car with enough distance from Earth back in actual time?

It would take 30 minutes to receive a signal from Earth to move Hubble A to pinpoint a place on Earth 1 hour in the past.

2 Hubble telescopes looking at each other in time for a world CCTV?

Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Hubble B. Hubble B is near Earth looking at Hubble A.

Could you back track a plane, satellite, or car that disappeared on a live 30 min delayed feed of Earth?

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Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Hubble B. Hubble B is near Earth looking at Hubble A. A laser projector(similar to a movie projector) on Hubble A sends a live picture of Hubble B and Earth to Hubble B.

Could we see back in time anywhere on one side of Earth 1 hour in the past in real time? How far back in time could the Hubble see a plane or car with enough distance from Earth back in actual time?

It would take 30 minutes to receive a signal from Earth to move Hubble A to pinpoint a place oneon Earth 1 hour in the past.

Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Hubble B. Hubble B is near Earth looking at Hubble A. A laser projector(similar to a movie projector) on Hubble A sends a live picture of Hubble B and Earth to Hubble B.

Could we see back in time anywhere on one side of Earth 1 hour in the past in real time? How far back in time could the Hubble see a plane or car with enough distance from Earth back in actual time?

It would take 30 minutes to receive a signal from Earth to move Hubble A to pinpoint a place one Earth 1 hour in the past.

Hubble A (or a huge mirror) is 30 light minutes away looking at Earth and Hubble B. Hubble B is near Earth looking at Hubble A. A laser projector(similar to a movie projector) on Hubble A sends a live picture of Hubble B and Earth to Hubble B.

Could we see back in time anywhere on one side of Earth 1 hour in the past in real time? How far back in time could the Hubble see a plane or car with enough distance from Earth back in actual time?

It would take 30 minutes to receive a signal from Earth to move Hubble A to pinpoint a place on Earth 1 hour in the past.

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