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Bolik

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  1. Ok, so this question is bugging me so bad. We can take hq, actual pictures of galaxies that are millions of lightyears away, but we cant take pictures of exoplanets that are super close, for example proxima centauri b. Why is this the case? I understand that size can get in the way, but I doubt that this is the reason. I mean this is the best picture of exoplanet we have (the white dot): https://blog.nationalgeographic.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/13-04215-large-gemini.jpg
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