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A picture that taken from inside of the Baade dome when testing the low-light performance of the new iPhone. The light source is the moon, and you can also see a nice halo around it (not so nice for observing though. Photo by Jonathan Gagné, DTM.
Diana Roman retrieving seismic equipment and sampling new volcanic deposits on the east side of the active Cleveland Volcano, with Tana Volcano (on Chuginadak Island) in the background. Photo by Anna Barth, LDEO.
An artist's conception of low-mass object surrounded by a disk. Illustration by Robin Dienel, DTM.
1931 physicists Merle Tuve, Lawrence Hafsted & Odd Dahl with their most powerful “Tesla apparatus” which produced gamma and beta rays.
Rick Carlson, Steve Shirey, Jesse Reimink and one of our DTM alumni Graham Pearson made up a team that collected 3 billion-year-old samples from Canada to analyze back in the lab. Photo by Matt Scott.
DTM physicist Oliver Gish prepares scientific instruments for the Explorer II manned balloon flight into the stratosphere in 1935. His device measured the electrical conductivity of the air to an altitude of 22 km.