UH scientists find better way to measure sun
HONOLULU — A team of scientists from Hawai‘i, Brazil and California has measured the diameter of the sun with unprecedented accuracy by using a spacecraft to time planet Mercury’s transits across the face of the sun in 2003 and 2006,
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