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Getting the blues: images from scattered laser light
Blue laser beams rotate around the object 100 times per second (left). The light waves scattered at the cell structures generate 100 super-resolved images per second. Within a 10ms rotation (0-360 degrees), continuously deformed light waves produce the razor-sharp image of a cell purely from scattered laser light, as shown in the photo below. Credit: Alexander Rohrbach.
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