Scientists made amazing and unique pictures of plasma in the COMPASS tokamak.
Unique photos were taken at the COMPASS tokamak, showing plasma radiation in the visible range. Photos were taken by the camera Fuji X-T1, remotely controlled by a triggering unit. Exposure time was 0.5 milliseconds and the resolution of the slot is almost 8 Megapixels.
One of this unique photos was sent to the competition "Photogenic Science" and you can vote for it here.
19 Jul 2016