This very deep image taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the spiral galaxy NGC 4921 along with a spectacular backdrop of more distant galaxies. Credit: NASA, ESA and K. Cook (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)
President John F. Kennedy, the first president to visit Los Alamos National Laboratory, is shown in the presidential Lincoln Continental as New Mexicans crowd his route through Los Alamos on Dec. 7, 1962. (Courtesy of Los Alamos National Laboratory)✽❤✿❤✿❤✿❤✽ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy
Juvenile raccoons made a late-night appearance at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. This was the only time they were seen, and their parents didn't seem to be around. Raccoons are rarely visible during daylight hours at the Lab. #wildlife #raccoons
Despite the enormous untapped potential of solar energy, one thing is for sure- photovoltaics are only as good as the sun's rays shining upon them. However, researchers at the Idaho National Laboratory are close to the production of a super-thin solar film
new solar power technology -- The nanoantennas are thus able to harvest energy both during daytime hours and into the early evening. Because they can take in energy from both sunlight and the earth’s heat, the nanoantennas have a much higher efficiency (and potential applicability) than conventional solar cells.