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GERMANY-CRIME/POLICE
RTS4T9N7
January 24, 2022
Police wait inside a building of the Heidelberg university after a lone gunman wounded several in an...
Heidelberg, Germany
Police wait inside a building of the Heidelberg university
Police wait inside a building of the Heidelberg university after a lone gunman wounded several in an attack in a lecture hall in the southwestern university town before shooting himself dead in Heidelberg, Germany, January 24, 2022. Picture taken through a window. REUTERS/Tilman Blasshofer
GERMANY-CRIME/POLICE
RTS4T9N6
January 24, 2022
Police wait inside a building of the Heidelberg university after a lone gunman wounded several in an...
Heidelberg, Germany
Police wait inside a building of the Heidelberg university
Police wait inside a building of the Heidelberg university after a lone gunman wounded several in an attack in a lecture hall in the southwestern university town before shooting himself dead in Heidelberg, Germany, January 24, 2022. Picture taken through a window. REUTERS/Tilman Blasshofer
GERMANY-CRIME/POLICE
RTS4T92O
January 24, 2022
Police and firefighters secure the area at the premises of the Heidelberg university after a lone gunman...
Heidelberg, Germany
Police and firefighters secure the area at the premises of the Heidelberg university
Police and firefighters secure the area at the premises of the Heidelberg university after a lone gunman wounded several in an attack in a lecture hall in the southwestern university town before shooting himself dead in Heidelberg, Germany, January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Tilman Blasshofer
GERMANY-CRIME/POLICE
RTS4T92N
January 24, 2022
Police and firefighters secure the area at the premises of the Heidelberg university after a lone gunman...
Heidelberg, Germany
Police and firefighters secure the area at the premises of the Heidelberg university
Police and firefighters secure the area at the premises of the Heidelberg university after a lone gunman wounded several in an attack in a lecture hall in the southwestern university town before shooting himself dead in Heidelberg, Germany, January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Tilman Blasshofer
CHINA-HEALTH/GERMANY
RTS2ZV8P
January 28, 2020
A direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital...
Heidelberg, Germany
Direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital...
A direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg), is pictured in Heidelberg, Germany, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
CHINA-HEALTH/GERMANY
RTS2ZV8A
January 28, 2020
A direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital...
Heidelberg, Germany
Direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital...
A direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg), is pictured in Heidelberg, Germany, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
CHINA-HEALTH/GERMANY
RTS2ZV86
January 28, 2020
A direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital...
Heidelberg, Germany
Direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital...
A direction sign to the center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg), is pictured in Heidelberg, Germany, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
CHINA-HEALTH/GERMANY
RTS2ZV7V
January 28, 2020
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum...
Heidelberg, Germany
Center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital is pictured in Heidelberg...
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg), is pictured in Heidelberg, Germany, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
CHINA-HEALTH/GERMANY
RTS2ZV7S
January 28, 2020
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum...
Heidelberg, Germany
Center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital is pictured in Heidelberg...
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg), is pictured in Heidelberg, Germany, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
CHINA-HEALTH/GERMANY
RTS2ZV7N
January 28, 2020
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum...
Heidelberg, Germany
Center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital is pictured in Heidelberg...
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg), is pictured in Heidelberg, Germany, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
CHINA-HEALTH/GERMANY
RTS2ZV7L
January 28, 2020
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum...
Heidelberg, Germany
Center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital is pictured in Heidelberg...
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg), is pictured in Heidelberg, Germany, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
CHINA-HEALTH/GERMANY
RTS2ZV7I
January 28, 2020
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum...
Heidelberg, Germany
Center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital is pictured in Heidelberg...
The center for internal medicine, department of the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg), is pictured in Heidelberg, Germany, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OWM
November 20, 2019
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom...
Heidelberg, Germany
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom...
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OWF
November 20, 2019
The beam-imaging chamber to take pictures of the atoms is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap...
Heidelberg, Germany
The beam-imaging chamber to take pictures of the atoms is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap...
The beam-imaging chamber to take pictures of the atoms is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OWE
November 20, 2019
The end of the Zeeman-slower and the magneto-optical trap to catch and count the atoms, are seen at the...
Heidelberg, Germany
The end of the Zeeman-slower and the magneto-optical trap to catch and count the atmos, are seen at the...
The end of the Zeeman-slower and the magneto-optical trap to catch and count the atoms, are seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OWA
November 20, 2019
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Heidelberg, Germany
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OW9
November 20, 2019
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls the optics of the laser system of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls the optics of the laser system of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls the optics of the laser system of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OW8
November 20, 2019
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany,...
Heidelberg, Germany
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OW4
November 20, 2019
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany,...
Heidelberg, Germany
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OW1
November 20, 2019
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Heidelberg, Germany
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVZ
November 20, 2019
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, Lisa Ringena and Julian Robertz transfer liquid nitrogen...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, Lisa Ringena, and Julian Robertz, transfer liquid nitrogen...
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, Lisa Ringena and Julian Robertz transfer liquid nitrogen to a storage barrel at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVX
November 20, 2019
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, operates the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory...
Heidelberg, Germany
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, operates the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory...
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, operates the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory at the Institute of Environmental Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVU
November 20, 2019
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom...
Heidelberg, Germany
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom...
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVS
November 20, 2019
A student controls the source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma and a collimator at the...
Heidelberg, Germany
A student controls the source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma and a collimator at the...
A student controls the source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma and a collimator at the laboratory of ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVQ
November 20, 2019
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls parameters as she looks at the Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls parameters as she looks at the Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls parameters as she looks at the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVO
November 20, 2019
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom...
Heidelberg, Germany
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom...
The source chamber containing violet shining argon plasma is seen at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVK
November 20, 2019
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt and Julian Robertz lock the master laser to the argon frequency...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt and Julian Robertz lock the master laser to the argon frequency...
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt and Julian Robertz lock the master laser to the argon frequency wavelength of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVI
November 20, 2019
PhD student of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, controls parameters as he looks at the Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD student of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, controls parameters as he looks at the Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
PhD student of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, controls parameters as he looks at the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVF
November 20, 2019
A student aligns a mirror to obtain an optimal signal next to a faraday isolator and a tapered amplifier...
Heidelberg, Germany
A student aligns a mirror to obtain an optimal signal next to a faraday isolator and a tapered amplifier...
A student aligns a mirror to obtain an optimal signal next to a faraday isolator and a tapered amplifier of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OVC
November 20, 2019
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls the optics of the laser system of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls the optics of the laser system of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
PhD student of Physics Lisa Ringena controls the optics of the laser system of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OV8
November 20, 2019
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Heidelberg, Germany
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OV7
November 20, 2019
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Heidelberg, Germany
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OV5
November 20, 2019
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany,...
Heidelberg, Germany
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OV2
November 20, 2019
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany,...
Heidelberg, Germany
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg
A laboratory for quantum mechanics is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OV0
November 20, 2019
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Heidelberg, Germany
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUY
November 20, 2019
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, prepares a block of ice, a probe from Austria's Schaufelferner,...
Heidelberg, Germany
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, prepares a block of ice, a probe from Austria's Schaufelferner,...
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, prepares a block of ice, a probe from Austria's Schaufelferner, for the Argon-Preparation-System at the Institute of Environmental Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUW
November 20, 2019
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, opens a probe container after the extraction of argon...
Heidelberg, Germany
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, opens a probe container after the extraction of argon...
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, opens a probe container after the extraction of argon with the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory at the Institute of Environmental Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUV
November 20, 2019
A member of the ArTTA working group, prepares a block of ice, a probe from Austria's Schaufelferner,...
Heidelberg, Germany
A member of the ArTTA working group, prepares a block of ice, a probe from Austria's Schaufelferner,...
A member of the ArTTA working group, prepares a block of ice, a probe from Austria's Schaufelferner, for the Argon-Preparation-System at the Institute of Environmental Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUT
November 20, 2019
Werner Aeschbach, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Argon-Preparation-System...
Heidelberg, Germany
Werner Aeschbach, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Argon-Preparation-System...
Werner Aeschbach, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory at the Institute of Environmental Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUS
November 20, 2019
A general view of the campus of the University of Heidelberg taken from the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics...
Heidelberg, Germany
A general view of the campus of the University of Heidelberg taken from the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics...
A general view of the campus of the University of Heidelberg taken from the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUR
November 20, 2019
A polarizing beamsplitter cub and a half-wave plate are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Heidelberg, Germany
A polarizing beamsplitter cub and a half-wave plate are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
A polarizing beamsplitter cub and a half-wave plate are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUQ
November 20, 2019
Werner Aeschbach, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Argon-Preparation-System...
Heidelberg, Germany
Werner Aeschbach, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Argon-Preparation-System...
Werner Aeschbach, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory at the Institute of Environmental Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUP
November 20, 2019
The centerpiece of an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics...
Heidelberg, Germany
The centerpiece of an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics...
The centerpiece of an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUN
November 20, 2019
An infrared laser, made visible by vapour, is split by a birefringent crystal into one vertical and one...
Heidelberg, Germany
An infrared laser, made visible by vapour, is split by a birefringent crystal into one vertical and one...
An infrared laser, made visible by vapour, is split by a birefringent crystal into one vertical and one horizontal beam, demonstrated with an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system currently at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUM
November 20, 2019
A spectroscopy cell, an iris, a polarizing beamsplitter cube and a photodiode are demonstrated with an...
Heidelberg, Germany
A spectroscopy cell, an iris, a polarizing beamsplitter cube and a photodiode are demonstrated with an...
A spectroscopy cell, an iris, a polarizing beamsplitter cube and a photodiode are demonstrated with an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUL
November 20, 2019
The centerpiece of an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics...
Heidelberg, Germany
The centerpiece of an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics...
The centerpiece of an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system is seen at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUK
November 20, 2019
An infrared laser, made visible by vapour, is split by a birefringent crystal into one vertical and one...
Heidelberg, Germany
An infrared laser, made visible by vapour, is split by a birefringent crystal into one vertical and one...
An infrared laser, made visible by vapour, is split by a birefringent crystal into one vertical and one horizontal beam, demonstrated with an ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system currently at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUJ
November 20, 2019
Polarizing beamsplitter cubes and half-wave plates are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Heidelberg, Germany
Polarizing beamsplitter cubes and half-wave plates are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Polarizing beamsplitter cubes and half-wave plates are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUI
November 20, 2019
Steel containers with probes of argon gas wait for dating with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system...
Heidelberg, Germany
Steel containers with probes of argon gas wait for dating with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system...
Steel containers with probes of argon gas wait for dating with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system for 39Ar in the laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUH
November 20, 2019
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, Lisa Ringena and Julian Robertz work at the laboratory of...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, Lisa Ringena, and Julian Robertz, work at the laboratory...
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt, Lisa Ringena and Julian Robertz work at the laboratory of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OUF
November 20, 2019
A polarizing beamsplitter cub and a half-wave plate are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Heidelberg, Germany
A polarizing beamsplitter cub and a half-wave plate are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
A polarizing beamsplitter cub and a half-wave plate are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OU5
November 20, 2019
PhD students of Physics Julian Robertz and Maximilian Schmidt discuss about results of the Atom Trap...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD students of Physics Julian Robertz and Maximilian Schmidt discuss about results of the Atom Trap...
PhD students of Physics Julian Robertz and Maximilian Schmidt discuss about results of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OU2
November 20, 2019
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, operates the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory...
Heidelberg, Germany
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, operates the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory...
Arne Kersting, member of the ArTTA working group, operates the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory at the Institute of Environmental Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OU0
November 20, 2019
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt and Julian Robertz adjust the frequency of a laser beam of...
Heidelberg, Germany
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt and Julian Robertz adjust the frequency of a laser beam of...
PhD students of Physics Maximilian Schmidt and Julian Robertz adjust the frequency of a laser beam of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OTW
November 20, 2019
A member of the ArTTA working group fills up nitrogen during the extraction of argon with the Argon-Preparation-System...
Heidelberg, Germany
A member of the ArTTA working group fills up nitrogen during the extraction of argon with the Argon-Preparation-System...
A member of the ArTTA working group fills up nitrogen during the extraction of argon with the Argon-Preparation-System in a laboratory at the Institute of Environmental Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-GLACIER/
RTX79OTT
November 20, 2019
A computer monitor displays the detection program interpreting the signal of the avalanche photodiode...
Heidelberg, Germany
A computer monitor displays the detection program interpreting the signal of the avalanche photodiode...
A computer monitor displays the detection program interpreting the signal of the avalanche photodiode APD of the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 6, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics and found its first application in dating ground water and ice samples. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX75C81
September 30, 2019
Polarizing beamsplitter cubes and half-wave plates are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Heidelberg, Germany
Polarizing beamsplitter cubes and half-wave plates are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis...
Polarizing beamsplitter cubes and half-wave plates are demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system currently under construction at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics. Scientists extract Argon, a Noble Gas, from the air bubbles trapped in the ice. After the extraction, scientists catch and count the rare Ar39 atoms to determine the age of the air and in result the age of the ice. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX75C5O
September 30, 2019
A spectroscopy cell, an iris, a polarizing beamsplitter cube and a photodiode are set to adjust the laser...
Heidelberg, Germany
A spectroscopy cell, an iris, a polarizing beamsplitter cube and a photodiode are demonstrated with the...
A spectroscopy cell, an iris, a polarizing beamsplitter cube and a photodiode are set to adjust the laser beam as demonstrated with the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis system currently under construction at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics. Scientists extract Argon, a Noble Gas, from the air bubbles trapped in the ice. After the extraction, scientists catch and count the rare Ar39 atoms to determine the age of the air and in result the age of the ice. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX74KE7
September 25, 2019
A scientist points at the noble gas argon (Ar) on a periodic table of elements at the Kirchhoff-Institute...
Heidelberg, Germany
A scientist points at the noble gas argon (Ar) on a periodic table of elements at the Kirchhoff-Institute...
A scientist points at the noble gas argon (Ar) on a periodic table of elements at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX74KAC
September 25, 2019
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Heidelberg, Germany
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap...
Markus Oberthaler, head of the ArTTA Atom Trap Trace Analysis working group, poses next to the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the ArTTA laboratory at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, December 7, 2018. Atom Trap Trace Analysis for 39Ar is an ultra-sensitive detection method based on principles of quantum mechanics. Scientists extract Argon, a Noble Gas, from the air bubbles trapped in the ice. After the extraction, scientists catch and count the rare Ar39 atoms to determine the age of the air and in result the age of the ice. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
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