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Title: The limits of noise
Authors: Cutajar, Deandra
Keywords: Electronic noise
Space telescopes
Outer space -- Exploration
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Cutajar, D. (2017). The limits of noise. THINK Magazine, 21, 15.
Abstract: Of the astronomical phenomena we can witness with our own eyes, a solar eclipse is one of the most spectacular. This phenomenon was used early in the 20th century to prove Einstein’s new theory of gravity. As light passes around a celestial object, its path is bent exactly as predicted by Einstein’s theory.
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Think Magazine, Issue 21
Think Magazine, Issue 21

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