10 months ago
Spread across 426 acres, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory’s campus boasts an array of distinctive and historic buildings, headlined by the 2-mile-long klystron gallery, the building that sits on top of the longest linear particle accelerator in the world. This video, shot using cameras on remotely controlled unmanned aerial vehicles, gives an overview of the lab and the science being done inside its various facilities.
Watch the 15-minute extended version to enjoy more of the aerial footage of SLAC: https://youtu.be/AsaAipwFAww
SLAC is operated by Stanford University for the U.S. Department of Energy. Learn more: https://www6.slac.stanford....
Credit: Andy Freeberg & Matt Beardsley / SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory