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Image title: 
Versator II
Credit line: 
Photo by Calvin Campbell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), courtesy AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Physics Today Collection
Description: 

The newest experimental fusion device at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a machine named VERSATOR II, is now in Operation in M.I.T.'s Research Laboratory of Electronics. With VERSATOR are Dr. George Bekefi, M.I.T. professor of physics and leader of the 18-member team that designed and built the machine, and Alan S. Fisher, a graduate student from Toronto, Canada, a member of the team. The newest experimental fusion device at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a machine named VERSATOR II, is now in Operation in M.I.T.'s Research Laboratory of Electronics. With VERSATOR are Dr. George Bekefi, M.I.T. professor of physics and leader of the 18-member team that designed and built the machine, and Alan S. Fisher, a graduate student from Toronto, Canada, a member of the team.

Photo date: 
May 6, 1977
Original format: 
1 photographic print (black and white; 9.5 x 7.5 inches)
Person(s): 
Bekefi, George