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Scientists Just Took the Largest Digital Photograph Ever—and It’s of a Romanesco Cauliflower in All Its Fractal Glory

A Romanesco cauliflower is the unlikely star of the world’s largest digital photograph ever taken in a single shot. The vegetable head is depicted in ultra vivid, 3,200-megapixel detail, a topography of spirals and tiny bumps that looks like something found deep under the sea. Scientists at the Department … Read entire story.

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