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Bob Berman's Strange Universe: Light fantastic

May 2009: After 90 years, a key tool used to understand the universe is still a strange concept.
History's most famous eclipse was the one that made Albert Einstein a household name. It happened 90 years ago this month and involved a strange blend of altered light, a genius mind, and maybe some faked science.

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