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Bird of Paradise squawking optimistically in the San Francisco fog. From our out-of-control garden, a riot of pale tropicality.
The world’s largest Raman spectrometer, which now lives at SSRL. Staff scientist D. Sokaras makes adjustments to one of 40 focused crystal reflectors.
Ocean Beach, sunset, winter solstice 2010. Here comes the longest night of the year.
Spankin’ new x-ray station at SLAC: “molecular movie” camera. Hooray backlighting! Tech info here http://bit.ly/f5gNQI
The ACTUAL spot where #newlife was discovered to be new: not Mono Lake, a Stanford x-ray station. http://bit.ly/fxW63H #nasa
Be a Green Eater: Use plates instead of to go boxes. (Little salad and photo, B. Plummer)
Micro detector designed to measure sub-atomic collisions inside the proposed International Linear Collider. (http://www.linearcollider.org/) (Designed by Dietrich Freytag, SLAC; photo, Brad Plummer)
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