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Parallel rays from a distant object, but not parallel to the principal axis, are brought to focus in the focal plane. Problems will be drawn from biology, biochemistry, chemistry, geology and physics. Here, discussing ray optics refraction, we are dealing with light traveling through a medium, like air or water, and judging its speed through that medium through a frame of reference at rest with the medium -- the lab. Michael Wood-Vasey focuses on discovering the nature of dark energy.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 28, 1997)

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