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* NIF experiments will be ~20 ns in duration.
" A host of concepts for successful ignition must
be tested in NIF-relevant regimes:
beam phasing and pointing
* Objective: to Develop a 6-ns Hohlraum
Environment on Omega for Be Anisotropy Studies
In particular, we are seeking an environment for Be
isotropy studies with enough growth times to assess
the suitability of Be for NIF ignition capsules.
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