Giovanni de Amici, Charles Lineweaver (kneeling), Luis Tenorio, George Smoot (bending), John Gibson (in back) and Jon Aymon in laboratory

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Building 50 roof.  Left to right people are Giovanni de Amici, Charles Lineweaver (kneeling), Luis Tenorio, George Smoot (bending), John Gibson (in back) and Jon Aymon.  They are looking at a 90 GHz differential microwave radiometer.  This radiometer was used on the roof, at White Mountain, and at the South Pole to measure the emission from the Cosmic Microwave Background and also from the atmosphere., Credit Line: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Building 50 roof. Left to right people are Giovanni de Amici, Charles Lineweaver (kneeling), Luis Tenorio, George Smoot (bending), John Gibson (in back) and Jon Aymon. They are looking at a 90 GHz differential microwave radiometer. This radiometer was used on the roof, at White Mountain, and at the South Pole to measure the emission from the Cosmic Microwave Background and also from the atmosphere.
Subject(s): Equipment and supplies
Outdoors
Laboratories
Portraits, Group
Smoot, George
Credit Line: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Smoot George D1