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20:49, 26 February 2013MDA Support for IEEE Milestone 2013-05.pdf (file)Dmichelson39 KB 1
04:51, 23 February 2013Section support for IEEE Milestone 2013-05.pdf (file)Dmichelson36 KB 2
21:14, 14 February 2010CL9-vacuum.jpg (file)Dmichelson1.25 MB (February 1972: The base of the cyclotron vacuum tank is turned over, following installation of the trim coils and cooling coils.)3
19:07, 5 February 2010PAC1991 0057.pdf (file)Dmichelson559 KB (The TRIUMF KAON Factory is designed to produce beams of kaons, antiprotons, other hadrons and neutrinos 100 times more intense, or cleaner, than are available now, for a broad range of particle and nuclear physics experiments.)1
21:08, 9 January 2010TRIUMF-site5.jpg (file)Dmichelson20 KB (Aerial view of the TRIUMF Laboratory. The large building in the centre of the photograph houses the 500 MeV cyclotron.)1
21:05, 9 January 2010TRIUMF-inside the cyclotron.jpg (file)Dmichelson223 KB (During maintenance periods, the lid of the cyclotron vacuum tank can be raised to permit worker access. The lone figure in the centre of the photo provides a sense of scale.)2
11:58, 9 January 201099-users9 600m 600hyp.pdf (file)Dmichelson4.75 MB (Michael Craddock, The First Beam - A Whirlwind Visual History - and Prehistory, presented at the Annual General Meeting of the TRIUMF Users’ Group, 13 December 1999.)1
04:07, 9 January 2010CL25-silver anniversary.jpg (file)Dmichelson386 KB (December 1999: The Silver Anniversary celebration of the first extraction of a full energy proton beam from the TRIUMF cyclotron. Pictured are TRIUMF Directors from left, Dr. Jack Sample, Dr. Alan Astbury, and Dr. Erich Vogt.)1
04:06, 9 January 2010CL-5-pierre trudeau.jpg (file)Dmichelson515 KB (February 1976: Prime Minister Trudeau visits TRIUMF. "I don't really know what a cyclotron is but I am certainly very happy Canada has one!")1
04:05, 9 January 2010CL26 500Mev.jpg (file)Dmichelson318 KB (December 1974: Director Dr. J. R. Richardson tunes the proton beam to the design energy of 500 Mev)1
04:04, 9 January 2010CL-11-sitting down.jpg (file)Dmichelson458 KB (January 1972: TRIUMF staff gather on the lower six sectors of the cyclotron magnet.)1
18:13, 8 January 2010Triumf2.jpg (file)Dmichelson137 KB (In 1972, TRIUMF staff gathered on the lower sectors of the main magnet during the construction of the 500 MeV cyclotron.)1
18:11, 8 January 2010IEEE-Milestone-Support-TRIUMF.pdf (file)Dmichelson205 KB (Letter of support from TRIUMF for the proposed IEEE Milestone. )1
06:01, 2 January 2010150px-CBUT logo 1953-76.jpg (file)Dmichelson4 KB (CBUT television logo - 1953 - 1976)1
10:09, 29 December 2009NRC-DRAO.pdf (file)Dmichelson373 KB (Letter of support for the Milestone nomination from the Director-General of NRC-HIA, the organization that oversees DRAO.)1
10:53, 25 December 2009Mt Seymour 01.jpg (file)Dmichelson1.17 MB (CBUT Broadcasting Site on Mount Seymour - under construction in 1953. Courtesy Dave Newbury, CBC Transmission, Vancouver.)3
10:49, 25 December 2009Mt Seymour Region Senior Staff.jpg (file)Dmichelson1.22 MB (CBC Senior Staff at the time of the Mt. Seymour broadcasting site's opening in December 1953. From Left to Right: E. F. McGrath, Supervising Operator, CBU Transmitter. R. L. Whiteside, Technical Director, TV. A. Geluch, Chief Operator, Vancouver area. D. )2
10:39, 25 December 2009Mt Seymour 03.jpg (file)Dmichelson1.33 MB (CBUT Broadcast Site on Mount Seymour - final stages of construction in 1953. Courtesy Dave Newbury, CBC Transmission, Vancouver.)1
10:35, 25 December 2009Mt Seymour 02.jpg (file)Dmichelson1.01 MB (CBUT Broadcast Site on Mount Seymour - under construction in 1952. Courtesy Dave Newbury, CBC Transmission, Vancouver.)1
09:26, 25 December 2009IEEE Milestone CBC.pdf (file)Dmichelson361 KB (Letter of support from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for the proposed IEEE Milestone (First Television Broadcast in Western Canada, 1953) .)1
07:28, 25 December 200926m a.jpg (file)Dmichelson59 KB 1
05:47, 1 November 2009DRAO.pdf (file)Dmichelson96 KB (This is a formatted version of our proposal.)1
05:33, 1 November 2009Cbut.pdf (file)Dmichelson78 KB (This is a formatted version of our proposal.)1