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Publisher: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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This webpage from the National Ignition Facility (NIF) discusses the NIF Inertial Fusion Energy program, an effort to use lasers to begin fusion. The page includes more details on…
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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Visit this site to learn about LaserFest, the year-long celebration of the laser in 2010. The site contains information about the invention and applications of the laser, and lists…
  
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Publisher: University of Michigan
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This University of Michigan press release covers the U-M HERCULES laser, said to have produced the most intense beam of light ever recorded. The article discusses the laser's…
  
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Publisher: Institute of Physics
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This article from Optics.org covers research in using laser speckle imaging techniques to map blood-flow velocity through tissue. The article discusses applications of the technology…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This Exploratorium activity shows how to simulate the effect of x-rays. The page includes simple instructions and pictures of the setup and results.
  
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Publisher: Time Inc.
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This article from TIME features Nick Veasey, an x-ray photographer who combines art and science through his photographs. The short article explains how Veasey started his work and…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This PhysicsCentral article explains the basics of metamaterials, from their prediction to their recent construction. The article includes a section on research with several helpful…
  
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Publisher: NASA Langley Research Center
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Visit this NASA website to learn about the visible spectrum of light and the color each wavelength of light will produce. The page contains a diagram of the electromagnetic spectrum…
Blackbody Radiation Spectrum Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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With this simulation you can investigate how the spectrum of a black body (like the sun) depends upon temperature and wavelength. A slider control let you smoothly vary the…
  
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Publisher: Optical Society of America
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This web site sponsored by the Optical Society of America is a collection of resources on the topic of optics. It was developed to provide the science community and general public…
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