World’s largest digital camera expected to shoot the Milky Way

Scientists have unveiled the world’s biggest digital camera, capturing the broadest-ever images of the universe.
According to media reports, photos from the Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, California, show the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), which is nearing completion.
The 3,200-megapixel camera is powerful enough to spot a golf ball from 15 miles away. It is around the size of a small SUV, and its lens has a diameter of over five feet.
After completion, it will click digital images of the entire visible southern sky every few nights from the Rubin Observatory atop a mountain in Chile called Cerro Pachon.
It will produce a broad, deep and fast survey of the night sky, cataloguing the most number of stars and galaxies ever observed.
The mechanical components of the camera are now together, but the camera isn’t fully complete yet.