Samstag, 25. September 2010

so this is what the core of our reactor looks like when it pulses. the blue light is called "cherenkov-radiation" - it's there, because particles move faster then the speed of light. Now before you say "wtf?" - faster then the speed of light in water, not in vacuum that is. you can google it :)


  1. Looking forward to seeing more pics of a nuclear reactor's core, that stuff is amazing!

  2. i thought this was a photoshop!
    my face when i realized it was real -> :O