How The 1919 Solar Eclipse Proved Einstein'S Theory Of General Relativity
de Willis Peter Willis e Pattison Darcy Pattison
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In 1915, British astronomer Arthur Stanley Eddington was fascinated with Einstein's new theory of general relativity. Einstein said that the sun's gravity could pull and bend light. In simple language, this nonfiction illustrated picture book explains how the push (acceleration) and pull (gravity) of space affects light.