Physicists Figure Out How to Take Photographs In Near-Total Darkness

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Tens of thousands of photons go into making up each pixel in your standard cat photo That’s because e xisting cameras—even infrared night-vision ones—rely on many, many photons of light to create an image. But now physicists have photographed in almost pitch blackness, where there on average is less than one photon of light per pixel. Read more…

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Physicists Figure Out How to Take Photographs In Near-Total Darkness

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