When photographers take long-exposure photos, they maximize the amount of light their camera sensors receive. The technique helps capture scenes like the night sky, but it introduces blurring in the final image, as in the example at right. It’s not too different from cryo-electron microscopy, or cryo-EM, which scientists use to study the structure of Read article >
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