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Albert Einstein letter with E=mc2 equation in his own hand sells for $1.2m (www.theguardian.com)

One of only three known examples of handwritten letter by Albert Einstein containing his famous E=mc2 equation, penned to physicist who had challenged some of his theories, has sold at auction for three times more than expected.

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