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French transcription: La voie maritime du Nord. Le brise-glace Lénine, le premier brise-glace atomique du monde, conduit des caravanes de vaisseaux dans l'Arctique depuis une vingtaine d'années.
Description: An icebreaker on sea ice. Written on the ship, the words Lenin in cyrillic and in latin alphabets.

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Photographs obtained by means of nuclear event detecters are analyzed in the Data and Documents Section.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Dans la section Données et Documents on analyse les photographies obtenues à l'aide de détecteurs d'évènements nucléaires.
Description: A woman is in front of a machine with a screen and buttons. There is a light on the right.
Location: Meyrin (near Genova).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Research work on the construction of a new accelerator is carried out by engineers and technicians in the design room.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, dans le hall d'études, ingénieurs et techniciens font des travaux de recherche sur la construction du nouvel accélérateur.
Description: Eyes-bird view. In the foreground, a huge pipe. Three men wearing gown in a room full of equipments and engines. In background a stepladder and an inscription sortie de secours.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Nuclear Physics Division. The control room of an experiment conducted with acoustic spark chambers by a number of young scientists left to right, Mr. Werner Kienzle, Miss Focacci, Mr. François Lefebvre, Mr. Dick Blieden and Mr. J. Geibel.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Division de physique nucléaire. Salle de commande de l'appareillage d'une expérience menée à l'aide de chambres à étincelles acoustiques par les jeunes savants (de g. à dr.) M. Werner Kienzle, Melle Focacci, MM. François Lefebvre, Dickk Blieden et J. Geibel.
Description: 4 men and a woman gathering around a table with books and notebooks. In the background, a lot of equipments and cables.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: European Organization for Nuclear Research. Twelve nations are members of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), a new organization set up under UNESCO sponsorship to aid the co-operation between separate research centers in the field of nuclear theory. The CERN program is concentrated on two big machines, a synchro-cyclotron and a proton-synchrotron, now under construction at the CERN laboratory site near Geneva. nnThe synchro-cyclotron is designed to work at the 600 million electron volts energy level; it consists of a vacuum chamber between the circular poles of a 2,500 tons electro-magnet. Protons are injected in this chamber and accelerated along a spiral path by high frequency electrical forces until they reach speeds approaching 250,000 km. per second. Shown here is part of one of the electronic laboratories now under construction in the synchro-cyclotron building.
Description: A man standing in front of an equipment panel with several buttons and cables. Books are in the foreground.
Location: Geneva.

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Twice a year the large proton-synchrotron is closed down for cleaning and overhaul. Even during this shutdown period the enormous circular room is regarded as a danger area and in certain places the workmen are allowed in for 5 to 10 minutes.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Deux fois par an, le grand synchrotron à protons est arrêté pour des travaux de nettoyage et de révision. Même pendant cette période d'arrêt, l'immense hall circulaire est considéré comme zone dangereuse et à certains endroits les ouvriers n'ont le droit de stationner que de 5 à 10 minutes.
Description: A man manipulating cables. A sign saying attention radiation - Séjour maximum / Time limit 10 m - 1700 mr/hr - 16/11.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. A conference is held once a week in which the scientists discuss different subjects dealt with by the Organization.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Une fois par semaine, les savants font des conférences sur les sujets les plus divers. Ici, les auditeurs.
Description: A conference room full of people. People are sitting in amphitheatre and others standing up in mezzanine floor.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: The nuclear research centre at Orsay.
French transcription: Le Centre de recherche des sciences nucléaires d'Orsay.
Description: Two men with gown are looking at equipment. It is a big machines with cables and pipes.
Location: Orsay.

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English transcription: The International Centre for Theoritical physics, operated jointly by UNESCO and the Internal Atomic Energy Agency, each year offerts to over 500 scientists, from the developing countrie, the use of its facilities which include lectures in the amphitheatre by some of the greats of modern physics. Dr. Y.K. (India) of the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics Calcutta.
French transcription: Le Centre international de physique théorique, créé conjointement par l'UNESCO et l'Agence internationale pour l'énergie atomique, permet, chaque année, à plus de 500 savants venant pour la plupart de pays en voie de développement de travailler et d'entendre dans l'amphithéâtre des conférences qui leur sont faites par les as de la physique moderne. Le Dr. Y.K. Gambhir (Inde) de l'Institut de physique nucléaire de Caloutta.
Location: Trieste.

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English transcription: Prof. Pierre Auger.
French transcription: Prof. Pierre Auger.
Description: Portrait d'un homme en costume trois pièces. Il porte des lunettes. Il a une barbe et une moustage mais peu de cheveux.

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English transcription: Atomic Energy Establishment, Bombay region. The dome, housing the Canada-India reactor.
French transcription: Centre d'énergie atomique, dans la région de Bombay. A l'intérieur de la coupole se trouve un réacteur indo-canadien.
Description: A building with plants at the front of the entrance, a loudspeaker on the roof and in the background a dome and a tower.
Location: Trombay.

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English transcription: European Organization for Nuclear Research. Twelve nations are members of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), a new organization set up under UNESCO sponsorship to aid the co-operation between separate research centers in the field of nuclear theory. The CERN program is concentrated on two big machines, a synchro-cyclotron and a proton-synchrotron, now under construction at the CERN laboratory site near Geneva. The synchro-cyclotron is designed to reach energy levels of 25 thousand million electron volts, or over; in this machine the protons will move inside a vacuum chamber along a circular path formed by an electro-magnet with a diameter of 200 metres and a weight of about 3,500 tons; the protons will be accelerated to a speed approaching that of light. Shown here is some of the general laboratoty equipment used in designing and experimenting with the linear accelerator of the proton-synchrotron.
Description: Three men surrounded by equipment like control panels. They are wearing gown. They are working on a control panel.
Location: Geneva.

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Technician Werner Huta helps to adjust a polarised-proton source in the synchro-cyclotron divison.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, le technicien Werner Huta, dans la division Synchro-cyclotron participe aux travaux de la mise au point d'une source de protons polarisés.
Description: A man with a gown adjusting a part of an equipment.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Professor G. Fidecaro conducts his experiments in association with his wife, Mrs. Maria Fidecaro, who is herself a distinguished physicist. The photograph shows the two scientists in the spark rooms during a shutdown of the equipment.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, à l'intérieur des chambres à étincelles, pendant un arrêt des appareils, le Professeur G. Fidecaro poursuit ses expériences en collaboration avec sa femme, Mme Maria Fidecaro qui est elle-même une éminente physicienne.
Description: Through a circle, we can see a couple working with complex equipment. The woman wear glasses, the man a suit. They are working on electronical machines.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Tracer chambers. Nuclear event detector, bubble chamber type - British 152 cm. liquid hydrogen bubble chamber.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Chambres à tracer. Détecteur d'évènements nucléaires type chambres à bulles - chambre à bulles britannique de 152 cm. à hydrogène liquide.
Description: A complex system set up on different levels with measuring machines.
Location: Meyrin.

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English transcription: University of Dakar - model of a nuclear energy station.
French transcription: Université de Dakar maquette d'une centrale nucléaire.
Description: A table with a model of two buildings. There is a large panel control in front of the model.
Location: Dakar.

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Here, Mr. V. F. Weisskopf, Director-General of the Organization.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, le Directeur Général V.F. Weisskopf.
Description: A sitting man with big glasses reading a book. In background, books on a shelf, a clok and a painting.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

PHOTO0000001713

English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Filling a liquid-air trap for maintaining the vacuum in the Proton-synchroton Division.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, remplissage-piège à air liquide pour le maintien du vide, dans la division synchrotron à protons.
Description: In a laboratory, a man with gown and glasses using a compressed air liquid to fill a cylindrical container.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Engineer Yan Barnett adjusts a polarised-proton source in the synchro-cyclotron division.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, l'ingénieur Yan Barnett procède à la mise au point d'une source de protons polarisés, dans la division du synchro-cyclotron.
Description: In a laboratory, a young man, who wears a watch, is adjusting a device. In the background, some pipes.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. The syncho-cyclotron system for transporting secondary particles escaping from the vacuum chamber of the synchro-cyclotron, a 600 MeV proton accelerator. The photo was taken during a shutdown of the synchro-cyclotron, when the radiation rate is very low and it is possible to enter.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Le synchro-cyclotron - système de transport de particules secondaires s'échappant de la boîte à vide du synchro-cyclotron, un accélérateur à protons de 600 meV. La photo a été prise pendant un arrêt du synchro-cyclotron, lorsque le taux des radiations est minime et permet d'y pénétrer.
Description: A room full of equipment connected by cables and lights.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Professor Leon Van Hove (right), Head of the Division for Theoretic Studies, with Mr. Jacques Prëntki, his assistant.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, le Professeur Léon Van Hove (à droite), Chef de la Division Études Théoriques et son adjoint M. Jacques Prëntki.
Description: Two men in front of a blackboard. In the foreground, a lot of papers on a desk. One of them is writing an equation on board.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Engineer Gentsch is one of those doing research work on the new accelerator.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, l'Ingénieur Gentsch participe aux travaux de recherches du nouvel accélérateur.
Description: Dans un laboratoire, au premier plan un engin avec tuyau et des cables. Derrière un homme portant une blouse et un cravate.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: The International Centre for Theoritical Physics, operated jointly by UNESCO and the International Atomic Energy Agency each year offers to over 500 scientists, mostly from the developing countries, the use of its facilities which include lectures in the amphitheatre by some of the greats of modern physics. Prof. L. Bertocchi (Italy).
French transcription: Le Centre international de physique théorique, créé conjointement par l'UNESCO et l'Agence internationale pour l'énergie atomique, permet, chaque année, à plus de 500 savants venant pour la plupart de pays en voie de développement, de travailler et d'entendre dans l'amphithéâtre des conférences qui leur sont faites par les as de la physique moderne. Le Professeur L. Bertocchi (Italie).
Description: A man with glasses is writting on a blackboard. He is writting some equations.
Location: Trieste.

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English transcription: The International Centre for Theoritical physics, operated jointly by UNESCO and the International Atomic Energy Agency, each year offers to over 500 scientists, mostly from the developing countrie, the use of its facilities which include lectures in the amphitheatre by some of the greats of modern physics. Scientists from various countries consulting the newspapers at the Centre's reading room.
French transcription: Le Centre international de physique théorique, créé conjointement par l'UNESCO et l'Agence internationale pour l'énergie atomique, permet, chaque année, à plus de 500 savants venant pour la plupart de pays en voie de développement de travailler et d'entendre dans l'amphithéâtre des conférences qui leur sont faites par les as de la physique moderne. Des savants de diverses nationalités consultent la presse dans la salle de lecture du Centre.
Description: Six men and a women around a table. The woman is sitting, most of the man are standing, except two. There're a lot of newspapers on the table. They are looking at it. They are in the reading room. There is a window on the right hand and in the back shelves with books.
Location: Trieste.

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English transcription: The International Centre for Theoretical Physics, operated jointly by UNESCO and the International Atomic Energy Agency, each year offers to over 500 scientists mostly from developing countries the use of its facilities, which include lectures in the amphitheatre by some of the "greats" of modern physics. An exterior view of the Centre with, right, a sculpture by the Triestine Master Mascherini.
French transcription: Centre international de physique théorique, créé conjointement par l'UNESCO et l'Agence internationale pour l'énergie atomique, permet, chaque année, à plus de 500 savants venant pour la plupart de pays en voie de développement, de travailler et d'entendre dans l'amphithéâtre des conférences qui leur sont faites par les "as" de la physique moderne. Une vue extérieure du Centre. A droite, une sculpture du Maître Mascherini.
Description: A close exterior view of a building with windows and a sculpture in the foreground. There are trees in the background and the sky is visible in the background.
Location: Trieste.

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English transcription: The International Centre for Theoretical Physics, operated jointly by UNESCO and the Internal Atomic Energy Agency, each year offers to over 500 scientist, mostly from the developing countries, the use of its facilities which include lectures in the amphitheatre by some of the "greats" of modern physics. Dr I.T. Cheon (Korea) left, and Dr. Rahman (Pakistan), right, at the library.
French transcription: Le Centre international de physique théorique, créé conjointement par l'UNESCO et l'Agence internationale pour l'énergie atomique, permet, chaque année, à plus de 500 savants venant pour la plupart de pays en voie de développement de travailler et d'entendre dans l'amphithéâtre des conférences qui leur sont faites par les as de la physique moderne. Le Dr. I.T. Cheon (Corée), à gauche, et Dr. Rahman (Pakistan), à droite, travaillant à la bibliothèque du Centre.
Location: Trieste.

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English transcription: Atomic Energy Establishment, Bombay region. Kissing clasps used for handling radio-active objects.
French transcription: Centre d'énergie atomique, situé dans la région de Bombay. Pinces utilisées pour saisir les objets soumis aux radiations.
Description: Two robotic arm grippers.
Location: Trombay.

PHOTO0000001694

English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. The Faraday Cage Room.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. La salle Cage de Faraday.
Description: A large metal tube connected to another metal tube but smaller. In the background a walkway.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

PHOTO0000001696

English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Tracer chambers. Constructing the liquid hydrogen bubble chamber, the shell of which is 2 meters long.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, chambres à tracer. Construction de la chambre à bulles à hydrogène liquide. Longueur du corps de la chambre 2m.
Description: Three men on a platform with different equipement assembled. Many pipes and electronic engines.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Engineer François Julliard in front of the magnetic lens used for focusing the particle beams extracted.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, l'ingénieur François Julliard devant la lentille magnétique de focalisation du faisceau de particules extraites.
Description: A man with gown taking measures in front of a big device with a hole in the middle. In the background a warning sign.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: European Organization for Nuclear Research. Twelve nations are members of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), a new organization set up under UNESCO sponsorship to aid the co-operation between separate research centers in the field of nuclear theory. The CERN program is concentrated on two big machines, a synchro-cyclotron and a proton-synchrotron, now under construction at the CERN laboratory site near Geneva. The synchro-cyclotron is designed to work at the 600 million electron volts energy level; it consists of a vacuum chamber between the circular poles of a 2,500 tons electro-magnet. Protons are injected in this chamber and accelerated along a spiral path by high frequency electrical forces until they reach speeds approaching 250,000 km. per second. This picture shows the heat-exchangers of the water cooling system of the synchro-cyclotron.
Description: Equipment with pipes, valve handwheels, control panels.
Location: Geneva.

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Engineer Gentsch is one of those doing research work on the new accelerator.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, l'ingénieur Gentsch participe aux travaux de recherches du nouvel accélérateur.
Description: A man wearing a gown surrounded by equipment. Room full of engines. In the background electric board and stepladder.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. The main control room of the proton-synchrotron. Seated, technician Saulnier.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, la salle de commande principale du synchrotron à protons. Assis, le technicien, M. Saulnier.
Description: A man sitting in front of several control panels with screens, microphones, measurement screens and phone.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. The administrative building.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Le bâtiment administratif.
Description: A building with big windows and cars parked besides. On the foreground, a small tree and a roc on a grass.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. The control room of an experiment with electronic counters.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, la salle de commande d'une expérience à l'aide de compteurs électroniques.
Description: A man sitting in front of a desk. Behind him, a control panels wall with plenty of cables.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organisation for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organisation. General view of the different laboratories.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, vue générale sur les différents laboratoires.
Description: A lot of buildings, laboratories, cars and few trees. In the background, we can see fields.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. The Faraday Cage room.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. La salle Cage de Faraday.
Description: A room with cylindrical devices assembled.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Moving an electrostatic separator used for purifying particle beams.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, transport d'un séparateur électro-statique pour la purification de faisceaux de particules.
Description: In a parking with many cars, two men driving a vehicle carrying a big device. Buildings are on the right and in the background. One tree.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. nThe great circular room containing the mighty proton-synchrotron. It can only be entered for a few days twice a year when the synchrotron is shut down. Technicians at work cleaning and overhauling.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Ici, le grand hall circulaire où se trouve le puissant synchrotron à protons. On ne peut y pénétrer que deux fois par an pendant quelques jours, quand le synchrotron est à l'arrêt. Les techniciens y procèdent à des travaux de révision et de nettoyage.
Description: Three men working on equipment and three others standing and talking.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: The International Centre for Theoritical Physics, operated jointly by UNESCO and the International Atomic Energy Agency, each year offers to over 500 scientists, mostly from the developing countries, the use of its facilities which include lectures in the amphitheatre by some of the greats of modern physics. Left to right Prof. L. Bertocchi (Italy), Dr. Ali Afzal (Pakistan), and P.C. Aichelburg (Venezuela).
French transcription: Le Centre international de physique théorique, créé conjointement par l'UNESCO et l'Agence internationale pour l'énergie atomique, permet, chaque année, à plus de 500 savants venant pour la plupart de pays en voie de développement, de travailler et d'entendre dans l'amphithéâtre des conférences qui leur sont faites par les as de la physique moderne. De g. à dr. le Professeur L. Bertocchi (Italie), le Dr. Ali Afzal (Pakistan), P.C. Aichelburg (Venezuela).
Description: A man writting some equations on a blackboard. Two men sitting and looking at the blackboard. In the foreground, on the left, a desk.
Location: Trieste.

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Two technicians in front of the extracted particle conveyance equipment in the synchro-cyclotron room.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Deux techniciens dans la salle du synchro-cyclotron, devant l'appareil de transport de particules extraites.
Description: Two men reading a paper in front of an equipment with the brand Philips on it. In the background, we can read ACEC Charleroi and see a warning sign.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: Twelve nations are members of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), a new organization set up under UNESCO sponsorship to aid the co-operation between separate research centers in the field of nuclear theory. The CERN program is concentrated on two big machines, a synchro-cyclotron and a proton-synchrotron, now under construction at the CERN laboratory site near Geneva. The synchro-cyclotron is designed to work at the 600 million electron volts energy level; it consists of a vacuum chamber between the circular roles of a 2,500 tons electro-magnet. Protons are injected in this chamber and accelerated along a spiral path by high frequency electrical forces until they reach speeds approaching 250,000 km. per second. Here, technicians are adjusting the apparatus used to measure and record the magnetic field strength of the synchro-cyclotron.
Description: Two men in a room with equipment on two tables and measurement control panels in the background.
Location: Geneva.

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English transcription: This International Centre for Theoretical Physics, operated jointly by UNESCO and the International Atomic Energy Agency, each year offers to over 500 scientists, mostly from the developing countries, the use of its facilities which include lectures in the amphitheatre by some of the "greats" of modern physics.
French transcription: Le Centre international de physique théorique, créé conjointement par l'UNESCO et l'Agence internationale pour l'énergie atomique, permet, chaque année, à plus de 500 savants venant pour la plupart de pays en voie de développement, de travailler et d'entendre dans l'amphithéâtre des conférences qui leur sont faites par les "as" de la physique moderne.
Description: Image of a solid metal plate fixed to an exterior structure made of brick. The inscriptions says "INTERNATION ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY / INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS." There is a symbol above the words - a representation of atoms and two leaves.
Location: Trieste.