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  • 08/18/2014

Spiral galaxy NGC 0895 is located in the constellation Cetus, about 110 million light-years from Earth. This image was taken with the Dark Energy Camera, the primary research tool of the Dark Energy Survey, which just began its second year of cataloging deep space. (Photo: Dark Energy Survey)

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  • 08/18/2014

This image of the NGC 1398 galaxy was taken with the Dark Energy Camera. This galaxy lives in the Fornax cluster, roughly 65 million light-years from Earth. It is 135,000 light-years in diameter, just slightly larger than our own Milky Way galaxy, and contains more than 100 billion stars. (Credit: Dark Energy Survey)

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  • 08/18/2014

Stars over the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, which houses the Dark Energy Camera in Chile. (Credit: Reidar Hahn/Fermilab)

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  • 08/18/2014

The large spiral galaxy in the center of this image is roughly 385 million light-years from Earth. This image was captured with the Dark Energy Camera as part of the first year of the Dark Energy Survey. The camera can see 8 billion light-years into deep space. (Photo: Dark Energy Survey)

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  • 07/09/2014

Training Tomorrow's Nuclear Chemistry Experts Each summer, college students have the opportunity to learn all that the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory has to teach about a vital but often overlooked area of chemistry—one that spans everything from nuclear reactors and the safe handling of nuclear material to hospital diagnostic tools and cutting-edge medical research. Sponsored by the DOE and the American Chemical Society, the Summer School in Nuclear and Radiochemistry is entering its thirtieth year instructing some of the country’s best and brightest undergraduates in all things nuclear science. Here students visit the NASA Space Radiation Laboratory (NSRL).

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