I've been looking all over and it appears like I may be using the wrong words to really get a solid answer. I figured I would ask here and maybe someone could either give me a few better terms to help my search or would know the answer already. Thanks in advance! I'm working with a team trying to put together a new imaging system to detect incoming objects in space. We need a camera that is capable of viewing as much space as possible and as far (and close) as possible without losing resolution integrity. I'm sorry I can't really give too many details on the project at this moment, but the general idea is to create a large area of our solar system that is never without constant surveillance. Cameras will synchronize together so as to always have a view on a large portion of space to allow for maximum visualization of any potential incoming object for study and analysis. With that we need a good array of scanning and sensor equipment that works at a good long range (in AU's would be best) while not losing integrity if those systems were stretched to view as much wide space as possible. Any ideas anyone?