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It's A Trap!

Posted by Akano , in Math/Physics Jun 25 2012 · 346 views

Optics Physics Laser
A magneto-optical trap. We just got it back up and running again after many days of realigning things (which is quite a pain, but it builds character :P). The image is taken from a TV screen since the collection of atoms shown (the bright, white dot in the center) scatters light very dimly in the near-infrared, so our eyes can't see them, but security cameras can. The collection of atoms in the center is just above absolute zero (-273.15°C) by millionths of a degree. I don't remember off hand what the number of atoms is in the trap, but I'm assuming it's fairly large (~106?).

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