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[Solar Eclipse 29 May 1919]
TWO PHOTOGRAPHS AFTER THE GLASS PLATE POSITIVE EXECUTED BY SIR ARTHUR EDDINGTON'S EXPEDITION IN SOBRAL, BRAZIL DURING THE 29 MAY 1919 ECLIPSE
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[Solar Eclipse 29 May 1919]
TWO PHOTOGRAPHS AFTER THE GLASS PLATE POSITIVE EXECUTED BY SIR ARTHUR EDDINGTON'S EXPEDITION IN SOBRAL, BRAZIL DURING THE 29 MAY 1919 ECLIPSE
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[Solar Eclipse 29 May 1919]
TWO PHOTOGRAPHS AFTER THE GLASS PLATE POSITIVE EXECUTED BY SIR ARTHUR EDDINGTON'S EXPEDITION IN SOBRAL, BRAZIL DURING THE 29 MAY 1919 ECLIPSE
Two photographic prints (each 5 by 7 inches) on textured paper. Image lifting at edges of one print with accompanying minor losses. 
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THE PHENOMENON THAT HELPED PROVE EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RELATIVITY.  The expedition, organized by Sir Arthur Eddington of the Royal Greenwich Observatory, used a series of 8 photographs taken during the eclipse to measure the deflection of star light adjacent to the Sun as predicted by Einstein in his Theory of Relativity.

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