The Large Ultra Violet Optical Intraframed Surveyor (LUVIOR) is the true successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. Like the Hubble Space Telescope, this telescope can produce images of the universe in visible light and ultraviolet, infrared and wave bands. The primary mirror of the 15 meter diameter Louvre is six times larger than the mirror used in Hubble. This means that Louvre can capture images at six times the resolution of the universe produced by Hubble.

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