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Space Program Innovation, One Small Satellite at a Time

A fleet of small satellites builds on Livermore's long-standing space program.

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On the Threshold of a Critical Milestone

On the Threshold of a Critical Milestone

Recent National Ignition Facility experiments have yielded record fusion results. Read more…


An Optical Revolution for X-Ray Imaging

A new optic enables sharper images of radiation sources inside high-energy-density experiments.
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An Optical Revolution for X-Ray Imaging


Military Education Programs:         A Two-Way Street

Military Education Programs: A Two-Way Street

Outreach programs help service members support Laboratory research efforts. Read more…

 

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