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Category Archives: How are light and matter similar?
Why don’t protons and electrons just slam into each other and explode? Why do different elements emit light of different colors? Niels Bohr knew why. And now you will too!
Look, up in the sky, it’s a particle! It’s a wave! Actually it’s both. It’s light! How do we know about this stuff? Well, because of Einstein for one. He did more than E = mc^2, you know. But don’t … Continue reading
What if you could power a ship using sunlight instead of wind? Well in space, you can! Solar sails or light sails are pushed with light from the sun. Photons provide a kick when they reflect off the sail pushing … Continue reading