NASA Space Radiation Laboratory Images

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NSRL target room.  Staff member checks the cabling of one of the four ion chambers used for beam imaging.

 

Researchers work in one of three NSRL "cell rooms," where samples are prepared for study.

 

Profile of a heavy-ion beam the NSRL beam line showing four flasks being exposed.

         
   

Support biologist prepares one of the NSRL specimen incubators for use.

 

NSRL researcher places a sample into the NSRL beam line.

 

Collimator used to produce small beam spots.

See also:  NASA Space Radiation Summer School Images

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