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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) 661 is the start of a recordbreaking twin prime gap. Lord Kelvin, one of Britain's great physicists, published 661 papers on a wide range of scientific subjects. [Rosen] The smallest prime that becomes reversible (emirp) when turned upsidedown (199). [Beedassy] The smallest prime p that divides the sum of cubes of the first p primes. [Beedassy] 661 (the 11th star number) is the 121st prime (121 is the 5th star number). In the Hebrew Bible, Esther (אסתר), which means "star" (Strongs H635), has a gematria value of 661. [Slattery]
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