A scary look at niobium

This was originally a black-and-white image of a single crystal sphere of niobium as viewed by an electron microscope at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the 1980s. The color was added to make it really, really interesting and just a little bit scary.  (Department of Energy archives)

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Senior Writer Frank Munger covers the Dept. of Energy's Oak Ridge facilities and many related topics — nuclear weapons, nuclear waste and other things nuclear, environmental cleanup and science of all sorts. Atomic City Underground is, first and foremost, a news blog, but there's room for analysis, opinion and random thoughts that have no place else to go.