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Posted by Yanick Imhof/">Yanick Imhof on April 2, 1998 17:54:11 UTC

Hello,

I am a student in Microtechnical section and I have to do a report about "How to determine the speed of the light with a telescope?". I know that I can determine it with Jupiters satelites but I don't know how really or praticuly.

Could you help me??? If you can do that, just write me, and describe me the procedure, what kind of material I have to use and when is the best moment in year to do this mesure?

I really hope you'll help me...

See you...

Yanick, Switzerland

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