Construction of the 80-inch Bubble Chamber Building

Construction of the 80-inch Bubble Chamber Building. In the right foreground is the safety sphere for the emergency containment of hydrogen; in the center is the gas storage area, with the cooling tower just behyond. To the rear of the Bubble chamber Building is the AGS magnet tunne ring, buried under 10 feet of earth. To the left of the magnet ring is the Experimental Building., Credit Line: Photo courtesy Brookhaven National Laboratory. For Publication Permission Request contact Jane Koropsak, BNL-Media and Communications, jane@bnl.gov, Tel: 631-344-4909
Abstract/Description: Construction of the 80-inch Bubble Chamber Building. In the right foreground is the safety sphere for the emergency containment of hydrogen; in the center is the gas storage area, with the cooling tower just behyond. To the rear of the Bubble chamber Building is the AGS magnet tunne ring, buried under 10 feet of earth. To the left of the magnet ring is the Experimental Building.
Subject(s): Laboratories
Institution building
Bubble chambers
Nuclear physics--Research
Outdoors
Aerial views
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Date Created: October 1962
Credit Line: Photo courtesy Brookhaven National Laboratory. For Publication Permission Request contact Jane Koropsak, BNL-Media and Communications, jane@bnl.gov, Tel: 631-344-4909
Catalog ID: Brookhaven National Laboratory H9