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Extreme Light - Scientific American Digital

Extreme Light - Scientific American Digital

Extreme Light - Scientific American

extremeexperiments TABLETOP LASER fires terawatt pulses 10 times a second, striking a thin cloth in the foreground. The photograph is a triple exposure to accommodate the range of intensities. COPYRIGHT 2003 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, INC.

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