For many years the Hubble Space Telescope has collected breathtaking images of the cosmos with remarkable clarity. Now, ground based telescopes are fighting back. They are combining the sight of several instruments and correcting atmospheric shimmer. This program presents and explains the designs, uses and output of different types of telescopes used to see our universe. From the Keck in Hawaii, the Very Large Telescope in Chile and OWL, the Overwhelmingly Large Telescope.