A manuscript on physicist Albert Einstein’s general relativity will be auctioned in Paris on Tuesday.
The basics in brief
- Einstein’s manuscript on the theory of relativity is up for auction in Paris.
- The value of the note is estimated at one to three million euros.
The document, written by the Nobel laureate in Zurich in 1913 and 1914 with his colleague and close friend Michel Besso, is estimated to be between two and three million by Christie’s auction house. euro estimated. It is “without a doubt the most valuable Einstein manuscript” ever offered at auction.
Handwritten research manuscripts Albert Einstein from that time They are “extremely rare,” Christie’s explained. Another well-known document from this crucial stage in Einstein’s research, the “Zurich Notebook,” is in the Einstein Archives in Jerusalem.
Einstein’s theory of relativity fundamentally revolutionized humanity’s understanding of the universe and important physical phenomena. It is one of the greatest physical theories of the twentieth century.
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