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Photonephograph
Photonephograph Pho`to*neph"o*graph (-n[e^]f"[-o]*gr[.a]f), n. [Photo- + Gr. ne`fos a cloud + -graph.] (Meteor.) A nephoscope registering by photography, commonly consisting of a pair of cameras used simultaneously.

Meaning of Photon from wikipedia

- The photon (Gr****: φῶς, phōs, light) is a type of elementary particle. It is the quantum of the electromagnetic field including electromagnetic radiation...
- Photon energy is the energy carried by a single photon. The amount of energy is directly proportional to the photon's electromagnetic frequency and thus...
- dark photon (also hidden, heavy, para-, or secluded photon) is a hypothetical hidden sector particle, proposed as a force carrier similar to the photon of...
- wavelength) of the photon (which may be an X-ray or gamma ray photon), it is called the Compton effect. Part of the energy of the photon is transferred to...
- In computer graphics, photon mapping is a two-p**** global illumination rendering algorithm developed by Henrik Wann Jensen between 1995 and 2001 that approximately...
- A photon is an elementary particle of light. Photon may also refer to: Photon (comics), two superheroes in the Marvel Comics universe, both formerly known...
- Photon antibunching generally refers to a light field with photons more equally spaced than a coherent laser field, a signature being signals at appropriate...
- to use Photon bus (or a demo-version of it) was Photon Pathfinder (COSPAR ID 2020-037F), Rocket Lab's first in-house designed and built Photon demonstration...
- Photon counting is a technique in which individual photons are counted using a single-photon detector (SPD). In contrast to a normal photodetector, which...
- wavelength, two-photon excitation requires simultaneous excitation by two photons with longer wavelength than the emitted light. Two-photon excitation microscopy...