In use since 2008, the Texas Petawatt Laser is the world’s most powerful laser. It is housed in the sub-sub-basement of the math and physics building at The University of Texas at Austin. For a small fraction of a second (1/10 of one trillionth of a second), this laser can produce light that is brighter than the surface of our sun. Todd Ditmire, Director of the Center for High-Intensity Laser Science said, “For a small area, for a small instance we have the brightest light in the universe.” It is 2,000 times more powerful than the sum of all power […]
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