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Images Dated 15th April 1998

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Equipment for superluminal microwaves Featured 15 Apr 1998 Print

Equipment for superluminal microwaves

MODEL RELEASED. Superluminal transmission. View of a technician sending information faster than light (superluminal transmission). This experiment was performed by professor Gunter Nimtz at Cologne University, Germany. His experiments involved transmitting microwaves through a tunnel at superluminal speed. In the experiments, microwaves carrying Mozart's 40th symphony moved at 4.7 times the speed of light. He explained this using the tunnelling effect, a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which particles travel "through" an energy barrier instead of having to go over it. Nimtz says his results obey relativity, as the front waves still travelled at the speed of light

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Cheryl Baker at home with her twins April 1998 Cheryl Baker TV presenter Featured 15 Apr 1998 Print

Cheryl Baker at home with her twins April 1998 Cheryl Baker TV presenter

Cheryl Baker at home with her twins April 1998
Cheryl Baker TV presenter and former Bucks Fizz singer with her twin daughters prior to her visit to Addis Ababa in Ethiopia

© Mirrorpix

1990s, Decades, Presenter, Television, Television Programme