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All material on Einstein Online is subject to copyright. Readers may browse and/or view material, and/or download it for temporary copying purposes, as long as all uses are for noncommercial personal purposes. Except as provided by law, this material may not be further reproduced, distributed, transmitted, modified, adapted, performed, displayed, published, or sold in whole or in part, without explicit permission given in writing.

Images and animations

The copyright for images/animations displayed on Einstein Online with a credit line is held by the organizations and/or individuals named in that credit line. If you want to make use of any of those images, please contact those organizations/individuals directly.

The copyright for all images/animations displayed on Einstein Online that do not have a credit line is held by the Albert Einstein Institute/Markus Pössel. If you would like to use any of those images, please contact Einstein Online. Usually, there will be no problem with obtaining permission for use on non-profit or educational webpages or in lectures, but please contact us first.

Texts

All texts on Einstein Online are copyright Albert Einstein Institute and the individual authors. All texts with no explicit author given are copyright Albert Einstein Institute and Markus Pössel. As a rule, we are rather restrictive with permissions to reprint Einstein Online texts (beyond citations that fall under "fair use", of course); still, every case is different, so do not hesitate to contact Einstein Online if you would like to request permission.