NewsPhysics student makes world’s smallest Christmas
tree

21st December 2020by admin0
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Every year, people all over the world try to make the
biggest artificial Christmas tree, like the Gubbio Christmas Tree,
formed by thousands of lights on the slopes of Mount Ingino, or the
illumination of the 372-meter high transmission mast at Lopik in
The Netherlands. Maura Willems, a student of Applied Physics
at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), decided to do the
opposite. She created what is probably the world’s smallest
Christmas tree. 

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