How many times more bits of data are produced by today’s CCDs

(Astrology) One of the earliest astronomical CCDs had 160,000 pixels, each recording 8 bits (256 levels of brightness). Today CCDs may contain 100 million pixels, each recording 15 bits (32,768 levels of brightness). How many times more bits of data are produced by today’s CCDs in a single image than that of the earliest CCDs?

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