Letters from the June 16, 2007, issue of Science News
By Science News, 15:57 PM April 15, 2008
Reading "Pictures Posing Questions: The next steps in photography could blur reality" (SN: 4/7/07, p. 216), I was struck by the similarity between the image that used a cone-shaped mirror and the images you get from gravitational lensing. As the same data are available in both types of images, it ought to be possible to process gravitationally imaged objects in a way to reconstruct their 3-D shapes under certain circumstances.
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