The Daily Beam - Nov 24th, 2023
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November 24, 2023
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Researchers tune an extreme ultraviolet high-harmonic generation (EUV HHG) light probe across the magnetic resonances of each element within a Heusler compound and track its electron spin changes with femtosecond precision.
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On November 14th, NASA’s DSOC experiment, which hitched a ride on the side of the Psyche spacecraft, just beamed down its first laser comms experiment from nearly 10 million miles (16 million kilometers) away—roughly 40x farther than the Moon is from Earth—to the Hale Telescope at Caltech’s Palomar Observatory in California.
A unique imaging technique could provide a deeper understanding of human physiological processes such as the female reproductive system.

Technological advancements in laser scan head design and controls enable higher throughput and improved part quality for high-volume manufacturing processes. Learn how to obtain micron-scale laser process precision without sacrificing process speed.

Coverage within the 1- to 20-THz spectral region will enable exploration of a new class of physical phenomena: controlling materials’ functionality via light.
Combining a line laser, SWIR camera, and drone technology provides PV plant operators with a contactless solution to improve their ongoing inspection processes.
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An ultrahigh-speed camera based on diffraction-gated real-time ultrahigh-speed mapping (DRUM) boasts an imaging speed and spatial resolution akin to expensive commercial high-speed systems, but operates at a fraction of the cost.
Thanks to ultrafast electron diffraction at SLAC National Lab, researchers captured a change of structural response in 2D perovskites: a relaxation of lattice distortion initiated by an electron-hole plasma.