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Electron captured on video

A super-fast strobe makes it possible to show the movement of a single electron.

Up to this point no one has been able to photograph an electron by itself. It won't sit still for portraits. But now, thanks to a newly-developed laser strobe flashing at a very tiny increment of a second, it seems that Swedish scientists have done just that.

Read the full story on MSNBC: "Electron filmed in motion for the first time"