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UploadedAugust 16, 2018
TakenApril 14, 2014
MakeOlympus Imaging Corp.
ModelE-M5
Exposure2.5 sec at f/9
Focal Length15 mm
ISO800
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The speed of light is considered a fundamental constant of nature. Its significance serves as the single limiting velocity in the universe. In Einstein's famous relativity theory, E = mc2, the speed of light (c) serves as a constant, linking the formerly dissimilar concepts of mass (m) and energy (E).

In a vacuum, its exact value is 299,792,458 meters per second OR 186,282 miles per second. In theory, nothing can travel faster than light. But if you could, you could travel around the world 7 X in 1 second.

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