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Experimental apparatus under ultra-high vacuum on ESRF beamline ID08 for the study of magnetism and electronic structures. (Credit: P. Ginter/ESRF, 21Apr06)
Experimental apparatus under ultra-high vacuum on ESRF beamline ID08 for the study of magnetism and electronic structures, © P. Ginter / ESRF, Apr06

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Experimental apparatus under ultra-high vacuum on ESRF beamline ID08 for the study of magnetism and electronic structures. (Credit: P. Ginter/ESRF, 21Apr06)
Experimental apparatus under ultra-high vacuum on ESRF beamline ID08 for the study of magnetism and electronic structures, © P. Ginter / ESRF, Apr06
Time of Flight Neutron Spectrometer for Small Angle Inelastic Scattering BRISP  (Copyright: B. Lehn / ILL, 2010)
Time of Flight Neutron Spectrometer for Small Angle Inelastic Scattering BRISP, © B.Lehn / ILL, 2010
Tyrex is a Metastability-exchange optical pumping station, used to polarise 3He gas at a pressure of 1mbar. (Copyright: Artechnique / ILL, 2009)
Tyrex is a Metastability-exchange optical pumping station, used to polarise 3He gas at a pressure of 1mbar, © Artechnique / ILL, 2009
Inside view of the experimental level of the reactor (Copyright: Briq / ILL, 2005)
Inside view of the experimental level of the reactor © Briq / ILL, 2005
The Miniball set-up showing the two highly efficient clover detectors and a third coaxial detector arranged around the focal position of the Lohengrin spectrometer (Copyright: Briq / ILL, 2008)
The Miniball set-up showing the two highly efficient clover detectors and a third coaxial detector arranged around the focal position of the Lohengrin spectrometer, © Briq / ILL, 2008
D22 & Petits angles: Small-angle neutron scattering allows one to study nanoscaled materials, taking advantage of the sensitivity of neutrons towards isotopes and spin direction. (Copyright: Artechnique / ILL, 2005)
D22 & Petits angles: Small-angle neutron scattering allows one to study nanoscaled materials, taking advantage of the sensitivity of neutrons towards isotopes and spin direction, © Artechnique / ILL, 2005
D22 & Petits angles: Small-angle neutron scattering allows one to study nanoscaled materials, taking advantage of the sensitivity of neutrons towards isotopes and spin direction. (Copyright: Artechnique / ILL, 2005)
D22 & Petits angles © Artechnique / ILL, 2005
The ILL strain imager SALSA, dedicated to the determination of residual stresses in a broad range of components and materials (Copyright: Artechnique / ILL, 2007)
The ILL strain imager SALSA, dedicated to the determination of residual stresses in a broad range of components and materials, © Artechnique / ILL, 2007
FIGARO, the brand new high flux, flexible resolution, time-of-flight neutron reflectometer. (Copyright: A. Chézière /ILL)
FIGARO, the brand new high flux, flexible resolution, time-of-flight neutron reflectometer, © Artechnique / ILL, 2009
Optical laser at FLASH for combined experiments with the FEL ©DESY, Apr 2006
Optical laser at FLASH for combined experiments with the FEL, © DESY, Apr 2006
Experimental setup in the FLASH hall at DESY, ©DESY, Jan 2007
Experimental setup in the FLASH hall at DESY, © DESY, Jan 2007
Micrometer exact alignment of magnets necessary for the European XFEL  to obtain the extremely high precision of the magnetic field in an undulator, ©European XFEL, March 2013
Micrometer exact alignment of magnets necessary for the European XFEL to obtain the extremely high precision of the magnetic field in an undulator, © European XFEL, March 2013
One of the experiments at the measuring stations in the experimental hall of the free-electron laser FLASH at DESY, ©DESY, Oct 2005
One of the experiments at the measuring stations in the experimental hall of the free-electron laser FLASH at DESY, © DESY, Oct 2005
Diffraction image of a nanostructure taken at the FLASH facility, ©DESY, Nov 2006
Diffraction image of a nanostructure sample taken in an experiment at the free-electron laser facility FLASH at DESY using a single ultra-short, extremely intensive and coherent laser shot of just 25 femtoseconds duration, © DESY, Nov 2006
The CLOUD project aims to study the influence of galactic cosmic rays on the Earth's climate through the media of aerosols and clouds © CERN, 2010
The CLOUD project aims to study the influence of galactic cosmic rays on the Earth's climate through the media of aerosols and clouds © CERN, 2010
The CLOUD experiment in the East Hall at the PS at CERN © CERN, 2010
The CLOUD experiment in the East Hall at the PS at CERN © CERN, 2010