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Gravitation and Light

Nature volume 104, page 372 (11 December 1919) | Download Citation

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JUPITER ought just to show the Einstein deflection, for if it pass between two stars a couple of diameters of the planet apart, their temporary relative displacement will be a “third” of arc, the sixtieth of a second; and this could be measured with a heliometer.

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