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Fly down SLAC’s Linac Coherent Light Source

Video: SLAC Multimedia Team / Matt Beardsley | 5 April 2012

SLAC’s new time-lapse videos, ranging from 13 to 72 seconds in length, show various sped-up scenes around the lab: clouds rolling above the klystron gallery, scientists keeping busy in the Main Control Center, and, shown here, a zipping tour of the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS).

Fly from one end of LCLS to the other in a lightning-quick 72 seconds to see how much fun it can be.

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