Emilio Segrè Visual Archives

More than 30,000 photos of scientists and their work

Attention ESVA patrons:

The Emilio Segrè Visual Archives’ site is moving soon and adopting an open access approach to digital image sharing. Once we have transitioned to the new site in 2021, we will no longer charge for our high-resolution digital images or usage fees (note that we do not hold copyright to all the images in our collections and you will still need to obtain permission for those which we do not own).

If you are working on a long-term project, we advise you to wait until the migration is complete so that you may obtain our copies for free. If you cannot wait, email us at nbl [at] aip.org and we will do what we can to assist you. We will not be offering refunds for past purchases.

For more information, please visit our FAQ page on the Ex Libris Universum blog. 

Fermilab H14

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Fermilab H14

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Image title: 
An aerial view of a portion of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab)
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Fermilab Photograph, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives

An aerial view of a portion of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab), Batavia, Illinois. The main accelerator lies to the right. A portion of its four-mile circumference can be seen at right, identified by the road and service buildings at regular intervals, as well as the cooling pond which marks the inside edge of the accelerator. Starting at bottom center, moving upward: the Booster accelerator (the circular structure surrounding the cooling pond); the 'H' structure containing the linear accelerator, at left; the main control room, center, and the beam transfer hall, right; the Central Laboratory Building (circular auditorium at the rear). The three prong-like lines mark the three experimental lines through which the proton beam from the accelerator travels to the experimenters' set ups at the end of the lines.

Original format: 
1 photographic print (color; 10 x 8 inches)
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory