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Photo Feature: Visions of DESI at Kitt Peak

Lab photographer Marilyn Chung recently visited Kitt Peak and the Mayall Telescope in Arizona, where the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) will be installed. DESI will create the largest 3D map of the universe to help explain dark energy. See some of the images Chung captured during her visit in this photo feature.

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  1. Elizabeth Stuart says:

    So exciting! My dad, Frank Stuart, was an engineering physicist (one of his job titles was “controls engineer”) for Kitt Peak for 30 years. Very cool to see the Lab working with Kitt Peak! And agreed – great shot Marilyn!

  2. Amazing shot! Good job, Marilyn.

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