Facility Photos

CLS Staff Photo, May 2012, JPEG, 2.74MB
The staff of Canadian Light Source Inc. on the experimental hall floor.
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Facade of the CLS, September 2008. JPEG, 3.2 MB
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View of the CLS. September 2008. JPEG, 2.3 MB
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Aerial view of CLS, Sept 2010, JPEG, 5.35MB
Aerial view of the Synchrotron building with the University of Saskatchewan campus and the City of Saskatoon in the background.
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Aerial view of CLS and Innovation Place, September 2010, JPEG, 3.8MB
Another view of the CLS, with the prairie and Innovation Place in the background.
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Panoramic interior view of the CLS, JPEG, 6 MB
Panoramic view of the CLS, overlooking the BMIT, HXMA and SXRMB beamlines.
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Panoramic interior view of the CLS, JPEG, 4.6 MB
Panoramic view overlooking the MID-IR, SGM and PGM beamlines.
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Birdseye view of Booster and Storage Rings, JPEG, 4MB.
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Interior photo of CLS, JPEG, 3.5MB.
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CMCF-BM Insertion Device, April 2011, JPEG, 3.3MB
The Canadian Macromolecular Crystallography Facility's (CMCF-BM) small-gap in-vacuum undulator generates x-rays for protein crystallography research.
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Far-IR Spectrometer, April 2011, JPEG, 2.62MB
The Far Infrared Spectroscopy (Far-IR) beamline's spectrometer (centre), intersects the beamline (right).
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HXMA Endstation, April 2011, JPEG, 1.77MB
A CLS scientist examines the defractometer in the Hard X-Ray Microanalysis (HXMA) beamline endstation.
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Radio Frequency Cavity, April 2011, JPEG, 4.74MB
The Radio Frequency Cavity (left) at the Booster-to-Storage Ring Transfer Line.
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REIXS Defractometer, April 2011, JPEG, 2.32MB
REXIS's in-vacuum defractometer uses resonant x-ray scattering for advanced material research, such as nano-materials.
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BMIT MRT Lift, April 2011, JPEG, 2.58MB
The Microbeam Radiation Therapy Lift of the BMIT (Biomedical Imaging and Therapy) beamline is capable of precise positioning of subjects in the beam, as well as rotation and scanning through the beam. This positioning device can support loads of up to 120 kg
REIXS Inelastic Endstation, April 2011, JPEG, 3.15MB
A CLS scientist observes a sample in the Resonant Elastic and Inelastic Soft X-Ray Scattering (REXIS) endstation.
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Storage Ring Magnets, April 2011, JPEG, 4.9MB
From inside the Storage ring, the number of component parts and magnets is clearly visible.
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CMCF-BM in Action, April 2011, JPEG, 1.77MB
One of the Canadian Macromolecular Crystallography Facility's (CMCF-BM) beams strikes a protein crystal held on a goniometer, while a cryojet cools the sample.
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Diagram- How a synchrotron works, JPEG, 5 MB
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Diagram: How a Synchrotron Works- No text- JPG, 750 KB
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