Moving bubble chamber. 72-inch bubble chamber's "walk" from Building 59 to its new temporary site against the Bevatron's west wall. Paul Hernandez of mechanical engineering conceived the ingenious idea of devising a hydraulic walking method. With this system the bubble-chamber magnet could make right angle turns and maneuver into very tight spaces, thus eliminating the need for an outside rigging contractor. Photograph taken July 5, 1961. Bubble Chamber-1022

Chicago citation style
Department of Energy. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Public Affairs Department. Strategic Resources Office. Photography Services. 2012-. Moving bubble chamber. 72-inch bubble chamber's "walk" from Building 59 to its new temporary site against the Bevatron's west wall. Paul Hernandez of mechanical engineering conceived the ingenious idea of devising a hydraulic walking method. With this system the bubble-chamber magnet could make right angle turns and maneuver into very tight spaces, thus eliminating the need for an outside rigging contractor. Photograph taken July 5, 1961. Bubble Chamber-1022. 1961-07-05. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/22123168. (Accessed June 18, 2018.)
APA citation style
Department of Energy. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Public Affairs Department. Strategic Resources Office. Photography Services. 2012-, (1961-07-05) Moving bubble chamber. 72-inch bubble chamber's "walk" from Building 59 to its new temporary site against the Bevatron's west wall. Paul Hernandez of mechanical engineering conceived the ingenious idea of devising a hydraulic walking method. With this system the bubble-chamber magnet could make right angle turns and maneuver into very tight spaces, thus eliminating the need for an outside rigging contractor. Photograph taken July 5, 1961. Bubble Chamber-1022. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/22123168
MLA citation style
Department of Energy. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Public Affairs Department. Strategic Resources Office. Photography Services. 2012-. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/22123168>.
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