Subject: As the sun's gravity bends light, can magnets do the same?
Date: Sat Nov 20 00:10:41 1999
Posted by David T
Grade level: 7-9
School: Bellaire High School
City: Houston State/Province: TX
Area of science: Physics
I am not sure what it was called, but when Einstein (I think) discovered
that becasue of the sun's big mass, its gravity bends light. So we can
actually see a star that is almost behind the sun. Well, is it possible to
project a ray of light, and apply some type of magnet near/next to the
ray(s) and actually bend the light?
Re: As the sun's gravity bends light, can magnets do the same?
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