How was the speed of light measured in a precise way? A. by timing how long it takes for an assistant far away to turn on a lantern after the scientist turns one on B. by watching for eclipses C. by timing the speed of falling meteorites D. by using rotating mirrors to measure light's round trip travel to a distant mountain :O :/

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How was the speed of light measured in a precise way? A. by timing how long it takes for an assistant far away to turn on a lantern after the scientist turns one on B. by watching for eclipses C. by timing the speed of falling meteorites D. by using rotating mirrors to measure light's round trip travel to a distant mountain :O :/

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here is my answer: In the past 1927, the rotant mirros method has been used by Michelson between Mount Wilson and Mount S. Antonio in California. The distance between those mountains is 35 Km
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ohh so it should be choice D? what an interesting way to measure light! :O
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here is the value of c which Michelson found: \[\Large c = \left( {298,000 \pm 500} \right)Km/\sec \]
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