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Light Controlled Gel & Private Space Telescope - LIGHT MATTERS 06.05.2013



-Light Controlled Gel -Public Moon Telescope -Graphene Photosensor This week on Light Matters: a light-controlled get could help robots go soft, the first privately owned telescope readies for space, and a graphene photosensor could eliminate the need for camera flashes. Light Matters is the Photonics Industry’s only weekly newscast and is hosted by Photnics Media editors Melinda Rose and Ashley Rice.

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