Old 08-15-2013, 02:47 PM #1
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Default Lasers in Science

We should make this an ongoing thread with links to peer reviewed journals, multimedia, etc..

Anyway, on to today's find:

How about a diamond, being suspended in a vacuum with a beautiful high-powered laser? I'm guessing a high-output 532nm.



I'll link to an article or this experiment, if I can come across it.


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Would like to add the classic picture of the astronomy use of laser pointing stars system. Certainly used and mentioned in a few threads throughout the forum, but this thread deserves to have it added.



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Astronomy and Space News - Astro Watch: Looking for Alien Lasers, One Photon at a Time
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We should make this an ongoing thread with links to peer reviewed journals, multimedia, etc..

Anyway, on to today's find:

How about a diamond, being suspended in a vacuum with a beautiful high-powered laser? I'm guessing a high-output 532nm.



I'll link to an article or this experiment, if I can come across it.
There is also a short video that goes with that experiment:



The article can be found here:
Shine On, You Crazy Levitating Diamond Particle
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THAT SCUMBAG IS BACK AND CAUSIN A RUCKUS AND I LOVE IT!!!!!

Seriously though this is a great thread idea. I will look for some stuff but in the meantime I wanted to get subscribed and inform you of the posrep comin your way. No comment cause I am in my phone though :/

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Default Re: Lasers in Science

Most observatories you see pics of using lasers are for theyr adaptive optics to minimize atmospheric turbulence in theyr images

a nice pic


http://beforeitsnews.com/space/2010/...ay-181280.html

Tracking LRO lunar recon orbiter
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/pict...0.html?image=2

Apollo 15 Lunar Laser Range retroreflector
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/LR...lo15-LRRR.html

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Physicists Pursue the Perfect Lens by Bending Light the Wrong Way - Wired Science

Still trying to wrap my head around this and really understand it.....
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