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The inner module of a superconducting magnet built by the US team (left photo), with magnet team members including Rui Vieira of MIT (far left); and the outer module built by the Japanese team (right photo).
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The inner module of a superconducting magnet built by the US team (left photo), with magnet team members including Rui Vieira of MIT (far left); and the outer module built by the Japanese team (right photo).
Credits:
Photos / Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute

Due to a printer error, a photo in the May 3 issue of Tech Talk that accompanied an article about testing a new superconducting magnet was missing, and a duplicate of another photo was printed instead. The photos and caption should have appeared as follows:

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on May 10, 2000.

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