A long trip for a short event to test an hypothesis

A long trip for a short event to test an hypothesis

May 1929
Popular Science Monthly
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And yet another series of tests to confirm Einstein's postulation that light bends as written by George Lee Dowd, Jr. in the May 1929 issue of Popular Science Monthly.

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