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Photo of end-on view of high numerical aperture custom lens system used to trap and image an atom.

End-on view of high numerical aperture custom lens system used for trapping and imaging single atoms.

Credit: Mark Saffman


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Photo of the vacum chamber and camera in Mark Saffman's lab used to detect single atoms.

Mark Saffman's laboratory, showing the vacuum chamber and camera used to detect single atoms.

Credit: Mark Saffman


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Photo of the laboratory setup, showing the optical table that supports the vacuum chamber.

Laboratory setup, showing the optical table that supports the vacuum chamber, and some of the optics used for pointing laser beams at the trapped atoms.

Credit: Mark Saffman


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Photo of the research team in their lab.

The research team included (left to right) Deniz Yavuz, Thad Walker, Erich Urban, Mark Saffman, Thomas Henage and Larry Isenhower. Not pictured: Todd Johnson.

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