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Critical Moments in X-ray History You Need to Know

Posted on June 10, 2016 in Astrophysics Blog

Did you know Thomas Edison was afraid of X-rays? Or that a German physicist / priest measured radiation from the Eiffel Tower? X-ray history is full of colorful characters and interesting discoveries! The  Continue Reading »

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Answer 2 Simple Questions to Choose the Right X-ray Machine

Posted on May 27, 2016 in Astrophysics Blog

Mike is nervous. As Procurement Manager his responsibilities include buying his company’s security equipment. And his boss wants him to buy X-ray scanners and update their building entrance security. Mike doesn’t know much about buying  Continue Reading »

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Buying X-ray Scanners? You Need to Know These 6 Costs

Posted on May 20, 2016 in Astrophysics Blog

Buying X-ray scanners can be a tricky task. You not only want machines that meet your security needs, but you also need them to fit within your budget. Spend too much and you might not  Continue Reading »

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We Build X-ray Scanners, not Rockets

Posted on April 29, 2016 in Astrophysics Blog

We want to set the record straight because our name can be slightly confusing. Astrophysics, Inc. does not design rockets with Space X, build telescopes for NASA, or create study guides for physics undergrads.  Continue Reading »

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Did You Know About These Surprising X-ray Uses?

Posted on April 26, 2016 in Astrophysics Blog

Think about X-rays – that mysterious, radioactive light that can see through objects. There are many surprising x-ray uses, but the first that likely comes to mind is for medical X-rays, right? And then maybe airport checkpoints using X-rays for  Continue Reading »

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