The 2-Mile Klystron Gallery
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.
The gallery houses klystrons, microwave pulse generators that pump accelerating energy into the electron beam.
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