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August 20, 2007

Photomultipliers line the steel chamber of the Borexino detector.

Photomultipliers line the steel chamber of the Borexino detector in this image taken during the detector's construction phase. While the chamber is spherical, the appearance is exaggerated by the distortion of the view through the camera lens.

Credit: Virginia Tech; INFN

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