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Fermilab's reconfigured accelerator complex – Sept. 2013
Date 09/17/2013
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Mary Convery and Jerry Annala working in the Muon Ring - Muons are the heavy cousins of electrons. The two types of particles share many properties. But the muon is short-lived: it decays within a fraction of a second. Still this gives scientists enough time to make important measurements of muons and their interactions with other particles. Fermilab’s accelerator complex produces large numbers of muons by smashing protons into a nickel alloy target. Magnets steer the muons into the Delivery Ring (an accelerator ring previously used as part of Fermilab’s Antiproton Source). From here the particles can be sent to the planned Muon g-2 experiment.
Date 01/24/2013
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SRF capture cavity 1 @ MP9
Date 02/16/2012
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9 Cell Superconducting Radio Frequency Cavity (SCRF) being inserted into vacuum oven
Date 02/09/2012
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9 Cell Superconducting Radio Frequency Cavity (SCRF) being inserted into vacuum oven - Radio-frequency (RF) cavities propel particles using electric fields that oscillate between positive and negative charges. Fermilab is developing a new generation of very efficient, superconducting RF cavities. Made of niobium and cooled to extremely low temperature, these devices allow electric fields to oscillate without resistance. Stringing many SRF cavities together, physicists can accelerate particles to close to the speed of light.
Date 02/09/2012
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Cryo Module 1 (CM1) in the cave at New Muon Lab - This cryomodule holds eight superconducting radio-frequency cavities. It is part of a 460-foot-long test accelerator that relies on superconducting cavities to propel particles. It is the first SRF accelerator at Fermilab. Physicists plan to use the SRF technology to upgrade Fermilab’s accelerator complex and create more intense particle beams for the next generation of particle physics experiments.
Date 11/10/2010
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First cryomodule coupler to be conditioned successfully at New Muon Lab ( NML )
Date 08/30/2010
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201 MHz RF Cavity at MuCool Test area
Date 06/08/2010
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201 MHz RF Cavity at MuCool Test area
Date 06/08/2010
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9 cell superconducting RF cavity
Date 03/30/2010
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Accelerators used in industry for cross linking polymers at Electron Beam Technologies, Inc.
Date 03/16/2010
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Accelerators used in industry for cross linking polymers at Electron Beam Technologies, Inc.
Date 03/16/2010
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Superconducting RF cavity cryo module 1 at New Muon Lab
Date 02/05/2010
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Remote Operations Center ( ROC )
Date 01/14/2009
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A0 North Cave / 3.9 GHz Superconducting Radio Frequency ( SRF ) vertical test stand - Elias Lopez
Date 07/11/2008
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Cockcroft Walton
Date 01/09/2008
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Cockcroft Walton
Date 01/09/2008
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International Linear Collider ( ILC ) 1.3 GHz Type I cavity at MP9 - Mayling Wong
Date 11/08/2006
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ILC work at Fermilab
Date 11/03/2005
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TESLA RF cavity - 9-cell 1.3 GHz Superconducting Radio Frequency ( SRF ) cavities from ACCEL Corp. in Germany for ILC
Date 10/06/2005
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Jeff Larson in Booster Tunnel
Date 09/29/2004
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Main Control Room - Stitched Panoramic View
Date 05/04/2004
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Antiproton Source, P-Bar, Accumulator
Date 03/15/2004
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Antiproton Source, P-Bar, Accumulator and Debuncher - Stitched Panoramic Views
Date 03/15/2004
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Antiproton Source, P-Bar, Accumulator and Debuncher - Stitched Panoramic Views
Date 03/15/2004
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Antiproton Source, P-Bar, Accumulator and Debuncher - Stitched Panoramic Views
Date 03/15/2004
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NuMI Horn 1
Date 03/04/2004
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NuMI Horn 1
Date 03/04/2004
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NuMI Horn 2 - Jim Hylen and Kris Anderson
Date 03/02/2004
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NuMI Horn 2
Date 03/02/2004
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Tesla Linear Collider R & D at AZero - Helen Edwards
Date 02/11/2004
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NuMI beamline work in Main Injector Tunnel
Date 09/15/2003
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AZero Photo Injector Beamline - Stitched Panoramic Image
Date 06/23/2003
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Tevatron Superconducting Dipole Magnet
Date 08/27/2001
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Operation activities in the Anti-proton Control Room.
Date 06/01/2000
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View of Tevatron in A-Sector inside the Main Ring Tunnel.
Date 04/26/2000
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The Main Injector Tunnel showing the Main Injector (blue magnets on bottom) and the Recycler (green magnets on top).
Date 02/24/1999
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Inside view of drift tube in older 200 MeV section of Linac.
Date 08/22/1995
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View of Main Ring with the old Main Ring Accelerator (upper ring) and the Tevatron Accelerator (lower ring).
Date 02/28/1995
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A view looking up stream of the 400 MeV (high energy) section of the Linac
Date 08/16/1993
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View of RF Cavity and an Alternate Gradient Magnet in the Booster Accelerator
Date 01/29/1993
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Cockcroft Walton (first stage accelerator)
Date 01/26/1993
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Main Control Room of Fermilab´s Accelerator Complex
Date 07/21/1992
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A view of the antiproton source. The Debuncher is the outter ring and the Accumulator is the Inner Ring.
Date 09/05/1989
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Main Injector image taken by Peter Ginter for Fermilab - The Main Injector, a 2-mile-circumference racetrack for protons, is the most powerful particle accelerator in operation at Fermilab. It provides proton beams for various types of particle physics experiments as well as Fermilab’s test beam facility. Thanks to recent upgrades, scientists expect to produce 700-kilowatt beams, powering the world’s highest-energy neutrino beam and an intense muon beam.
Date 11/14/2004
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