lunes, 8 de noviembre de 2010

Aniversario 115 del descubrimiento de los Rayos X

A conch shell illuminated by x-rays.
X-rays illuminate a conch shell in the October National Geographic.
Photograph by Nick Veasey, National Geographic
Ker Than
Published November 8, 2010
When German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen pioneered the use of x-rays 115 years ago—as celebrated today with a 115th-anniversary Google doodle—he couldn't have imagined the uses they'd be put to a century later.
(See x-rays turned into art by photographer Nick Veasey.)

Surprising Ways X-Rays Are Used Now

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