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Electromagnetic particle shower Featured Print

Electromagnetic particle shower

Electromagnetic particle shower. Particle tracks (moving from bottom to top) showing multiple electron-positron pairs created from the energy of a high-energy gamma ray photon produced by a neutrino collision. The positron is the anti-particle of the electron, and this process is called pair-creation. Electrons and positrons are charged particles and form these paired spirals as they curve away from each other in a magnetic field. As they do so, they radiate photons, which can in turn produce new electron-positron pairs. This shower of particle creation continues until the energy of the original photon is used up. The region shown here is about 2 metres tall

© GORONWY TUDOR JONES, UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Fusion research, tokamak device Featured Print

Fusion research, tokamak device

Nuclear fusion research. Cutaway computer artwork of the planned ITER tokamak device. It will be the first full scale fusion device to produce energy at a level of an electricity-producing power station. It works by magnetically compressing a plasma so that the atoms fuse. The ITER consortium consists of Russia, Canada, Japan and Europe. ITER is an acronym for International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, and is also Latin for "the way". Nuclear fusion is the joining (fusing) of light elements to form heavier elements, which releases large amounts of energy. It is hoped that fusion will be a clean, renewable energy source for the future

© ITER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Heart Featured Print

Heart

Heart. Artwork showing the anatomy of the heart, a muscular pump. The vena cava (blue) returns deoxygenated blood from the body to the heart's right atrium (chamber, upper left). The blood flows in to the right ventricle (chamber, centre left), which contracts to push the blood through the pulmonary artery (purple) to the lungs. The tricuspid valve (pink) prevents the backflow of blood during the contraction. From the lungs, newly oxygenated blood enters the left atrium (below pulmonary artery) and flows to the left ventricle. The left ventricle contracts to push the blood to the aorta (red) and around the body. The mitral valve (pink) prevents backflow to the left atrium

© Bo Veisland/Science Photo Library