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Nebulae as gravitational lenses

Zwicky, F. (1937) Nebulae as gravitational lenses. Physical Review, 51 (4). p. 290. ISSN 0031-899X. doi:10.1103/PhysRev.51.290.

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Einstein recently published (1) some calculations concerning a suggestion made by R. W. Mandl, namely, that a star B may act as a "gravitational lens" for light coming from another star A which lies closely enough on the line of sight behind B. As Einstein remarks the chance to observe this effect for stars is extremely small.

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