SACLA

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SACLA, pronounced さくら (Sa-Ku-Ra) is the free-electron laser, or X-FEL in Japan, embedded in the SPring-8 accelerator and synchrotron complex.[1] Operational since 2011, it is the brightest X-ray source of the world.[2]

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