Scintillation counter detector

Scintillation counter detector used by Reines and Cowan in their first neutrino experiment at Hanford, Washington in 1953. The counter, which weighs ten tons, is the cyclindrical object at the bottom of the pit., Credit Line: Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, courtesy AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: Scintillation counter detector used by Reines and Cowan in their first neutrino experiment at Hanford, Washington in 1953. The counter, which weighs ten tons, is the cyclindrical object at the bottom of the pit.
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Scintillation Counter
Credit Line: Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, courtesy AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Scintillation Counter F1