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The Sagan Multi-spectral Cosmic Observatory (SAMCO) was the largest and most powerful telescope of the mid 21st century. Built entirely remotely in an Earth-trailing orbit, SAMCO's initial mission was to observe nearby star systems, seeking to capture the first detailed direct images of extrasolar planets, as well as expanded atmospheric spectra of said planets.
It succeeded.
On November 9, 2031, SAMCO beamed home the first visible-spectrum photograph of a world bound to a star other than Sol. The subject of the image, though washed out and grainy, was clearly a terrestrial world, and it orbited none other than Sol’s neighbor Alpha Centauri.
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