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X-ray apparatus - complete outfits and accessories for X-ray laboratories (1908) (14570512997)

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X-ray apparatus : complete outfits and accessories for X-ray laboratories

Year: 1908 (1900s)

Authors: Kny-Scheerer Company

Subjects: X-rays Radiography

Publisher: New York : Kny-Scheerer

Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School

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label_outline Explore X Ray Apparatus Complete Outfits And Accessories For X Ray Laboratories 1908, Medical Devices, History Of Medicine

A 5th Medical Support Squadron radiology technologist

SPEC. 4 Sherry M. Bullock, an X-ray technician, prepares to take a chest X-ray of a patient in the X-ray clinic at Womack Army Hospital

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the clean room at NASA’s Hangar AE on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS), a Spectrolab technician, Anna Herrera, places a new solar cell on the Swift spacecraft’s solar array. Swift is a first-of-its-kind, multi-wavelength observatory dedicated to the study of gamma-ray burst (GRB) science. Its three instruments will work together to observe GRBs and afterglows in the gamma-ray, X-ray, ultraviolet and optical wavebands. The main mission objectives for Swift are to determine the origin of gamma-ray bursts, classify gamma-ray bursts and search for new types, determine how the blast wave evolves and interacts with the surroundings, use gamma-ray bursts to study the early universe and perform the first sensitive hard X-ray survey of the sky. Swift is scheduled to launch Oct. 26 from Launch Pad 17-A, CCAFS, on a Boeing Delta 7320 rocket. KSC-04pd1859

Robert Watts checks X-ray film as it comes off the processor at Darnall Army Hospital

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- United Space Alliance SRB technician Richard Bruns attaches a cable end cover to a cable pulled from the solid rocket booster on Space Shuttle Atlantis. The Shuttle was rolled back from Launch Pad 39A in order to conduct tests on the SRB cables. A prior extensive evaluation of NASA’s SRB cable inventory on the shelf revealed conductor damage in four (of about 200) cables. Shuttle managers decided to prove the integrity of the system tunnel cables already on Atlantis before launching. Workers are conducting inspections, making continuity checks and conducting X-ray analysis on the cables. The launch has been rescheduled no earlier than Feb. 6. <br KSC01pp0153

Mrs. Virginia McCoy brings her two children to the x-ray clinic at the hospital of the Ida B. Wells Housing Project, Chicago, Illinois, to be x-rayed

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Workers in Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, meticulously clean the inside of a Boeing Delta fairing that will encapsulate the Swift spacecraft. Swift is a first-of-its-kind, multi-wavelength observatory dedicated to the study of gamma-ray burst (GRB) science. Its three instruments will work together to observe GRBs and afterglows in the gamma-ray, X-ray and optical wavebands. Swift is part of NASA’s medium explorer (MIDEX) program being developed by an international collaboration. It will be launched into a low-Earth orbit on a Delta 7320 rocket in October 2004. During its nominal 2-year mission, Swift is expected to observe more than 200 bursts, which will represent the most comprehensive study of GRB afterglow to date. KSC-04pd1528

The results of an X-ray for a hawk are displayed on

History of Chandra X-Ray Observatory

Workers in the Payload Changeout Room check the U.S. Lab Destiny as its moves from Atlantis’ payload bay into the PCR. Destiny will remain in the PCR while Atlantis rolls back to the Vehicle Assembly Building to allow workers to conduct inspections, continuity checks and X-ray analysis on the 36 solid rocket booster cables located inside each booster’s system tunnel. An extensive evaluation of NASA’s SRB cable inventory revealed conductor damage in four (of about 200) cables on the shelf. Shuttle managers decided to prove the integrity of the system tunnel cables already on Atlantis KSC01pp0130

Paramedic Wade Keiling (far left) provides assistance to an emergency room patient at Evans Army Community Hospital while Respiratory Therapist Tom Casias (left center) looks on. X-Ray Technicians Dan Garcia, civilian (right center), and SPEC. 4 Tom Reagan (right) stand by to provide X-Ray service to the patient

A hospital corpsman working in the sick bay aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) positions a sailor's hand before taking an x-ray

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