Moving MoNA during the 2007 reconfiguration

Moving MoNA during the 2007 reconfiguration

Undergraduates from 10 different institutions helped to assemble the Modular Neutron Array (MoNA) at NSCL in 2002. MoNA collaborators, who are often seen at the lab, were back to help move the detector as part of the 2007 reconfiguration, a $2.7 million project that will keep the NSCL's science program at the cutting edge of nuclear science and allow for tests of technologies critical to next-generation rare isotope beam facilities. Pictured here from left to right helping to move MoNA: Amy Deline, Central Michigan University; Artemis Spyrou, NSCL; Greg Christian, NSCL; Ruth Howes, Marquette University.