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Wetting vs Dewetting

Wetting vs Dewetting

Sep 29, 2016 10:01 BST

Dewetting

Dewetting

Sep 29, 2016 10:01 BST

Wetting vs Dewetting

Wetting vs Dewetting

Sep 29, 2016 10:01 BST

Illustration of ion acceleration using a laser

Illustration of ion acceleration using a laser

Sep 07, 2016 06:59 BST

A laser beam (from the right) falls onto a thin foil, with a mirror on the rear side. The beam is reflected, forming a standing wave. Because of the systematical variation in wavelength of the laser pulse, the crests of the wave start to move. This drags the electrons (red) and ions (green) along, accelerating them to high speeds in the direction of the arrows.

Ion acceleration using a laser

Ion acceleration using a laser

Sep 07, 2016 06:59 BST

A laser beam (purple-red) falls onto a thin foil, with a mirror on the rear side. The beam is reflected, forming a standing wave. Because of the systematical variation in wavelength of the laser pulse, the crests of the wave start to move. This drags the electrons and ions along, accelerating them to high speeds (green beam). The novel technique is called “Chirped-Standing-Wave Acceleration”.

Mattias Marklund

Mattias Marklund

Sep 07, 2016 06:59 BST

High res image - Cobham SATCOM - EXPLORER 8120

High res image - Cobham SATCOM - EXPLORER 8120

Aug 31, 2016 16:56 BST

Cobham SATCOM's EXPLORER 8120 at IBC (Illustration)

High res image - Rock Seven - RockSTAR2

High res image - Rock Seven - RockSTAR2

Aug 23, 2016 11:34 BST

RockSTAR for aviation applications

High res image - Rock Seven - RockSTAR1

High res image - Rock Seven - RockSTAR1

Aug 23, 2016 11:34 BST

RockSTAR for lan-based applications

High res image - Rock Seven - RockFLEET

High res image - Rock Seven - RockFLEET

Aug 23, 2016 11:34 BST

RockFLEET for maritime applications