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Photos of the DZero Experiment

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DZero Scientists of the DZero collaboration in front of their detector. Scientists from nearly 40 U.S. universities and 40 foreign institutions contributed to the refined measurement of the top quark mass.

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DZero The DZero detector in 1997.

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DZero Graphic of the DZero detector of Collider Run I (1992-1996).

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DZero Fermilab physicist John Womersley, cospokesperson of the DZero collaboration.

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DZero Gerald Blazey (right), physics professor at Northern Illinois University and cospokesperson of the DZero collaboration, with NIU Chancellor John Peters (middle) while touring the DZero experiment.

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DZero Scientists monitoring the recording of data in the DZero control room.

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DZero The discovery of the top quark at Fermilab by the CDF and DZero collaborations in 1995 created headlines in newspapers around the world.

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DZero A screen shot of a top quark event recorded by the DZero experiment during Tevatron Collider Run I (1992-1996).

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DZero Meenakshi Narain examines possible top quark events at Fermilab's DZero experiment in 1995.

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DZero Visualization of a Run II collision that produced a top quark in 2002, recorded by the DZero experiment. The Run II data need further analysis and are not yet included in the June 9, 2004 announcement of a more precise value of the top quark mass.

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DZero Scientists John Womersley, Amber Boehmlein (both Fermilab) and Gustaaf Brooijmans (Columbia University) looking at Run I data collected by the DZero detector.

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