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an Gravitationallensing In asymmetrical gravitational lens the light paths to the observer are of different lengths if source is variable, time delay gives difference in path length if lens geometry known, this gives source distance in this principle is a purely geometric measurement needing no calibration in practice there is a nasty degeneracy between lens profile and distance recent measurement with well...

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