PROGRESS: “Invisible ray photography” sheds light on composition of the moon

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Reports the San Francisco Chronicle, on astonishing work by Professor Robert W. Wood of Johns Hopkins University, who has used “invisible ray photography” of what he calls “ultra violent” rays to deduce the presence of sulphur on the moon.

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