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Lost in translation

Mystery of the missing text solved

Nature volume 479, pages 171173 (10 November 2011) | Download Citation

A discovered letter explains the loss of key paragraphs during the translation of one of Georges Lemaître's papers about the expanding Universe, shows Mario Livio.

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  1. Mario Livio is at the Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, Maryland 21218, USA.

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