Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Sun As Seen With X-Ray Light

A new image of the sun shows a cornucopia of X-ray and ultraviolet colors erupting from it. Our sun is in an active period with plenty of sunspots and flares, as it leaves the peak of a cycle that takes … Continue reading

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In The News: X-Rays, Cats, and Airports

A man at LAX tries to x-ray his cat. Continue reading

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X-Ray Artist Spotlight: Nick Veasey

Nick Veasey is an artist who likes to counter the materialistic obsession with superficial appearance in society by using x-rays to strip back the layers and show what it is like under the surface. He says “Often the integral beauty … Continue reading

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Turn Your X-Rays Into Art

X-ray Art is a new project raising money on Kickstarter that will allow people to turn their X-rays into beautiful pieces that deserve to be shown off anywhere in your home! The amount of money you’re willing to spend will define … Continue reading

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X-Rays Reveals Secrets in Battery Materials

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego recently discovered how to use a powerful x-ray imaging technique at the nanoscale level to reveal how cathode material behaves while batteries charge. This offered a possible explanation for how this particular cathode … Continue reading

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