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How much does light weight? [Physics]
posted November 3 2013 15:45.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is an excellent video from VSauce explaining how much "push" can be produce by light. Its amazing to hear that in a sunny day the city of Chicago would weight 140 Kg MORE just because of the sun's push! It even more amazing to hear that if a spaceship travels from Earth to Mars, the sun's push would drive it off course by 1.000 kilometers! Watch the following video for more.



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