Elliott McCrory

Every Friday, the Accelerator Division Operations Group holds their 9 a.m. scheduling meeting in Wilson Hall so that everyone who wants to attend has a place to sit. The presenters usually give a week's view of operations. For the 9 a.m. meeting on Feb. 7 in Curia II, Muon g-2 spokesperson Mark Lancaster dropped in to see what was happening. This picture was taken with the photographer's father's 50mm Leica lens, which he bought (new) in 1958, adapted to a new Canon EOS R mirrorless camera. people Photo: Elliott McCrory

Every Friday, the Accelerator Division Operations Group holds their 9 a.m. scheduling meeting in Wilson Hall so that everyone who wants to attend has a place to sit. The presenters usually give a week’s view of operations. For the 9 a.m. meeting on Feb. 7 in Curia II, Muon g-2 spokesperson Mark Lancaster dropped in to see what was happening. This picture was taken with the photographer’s father’s 50mm Leica lens, which he bought (new) in 1958, adapted to a new Canon EOS R mirrorless camera.

Flashback Friday: Someone studies in November 2018 in the Wilson Hall atrium. The early sunset at that time of year means that a lot of people are working into the darkness. people, Wilson Hall, building Photo: Elliott McCrory

Flashback Friday: Someone studies in November 2018 in the Wilson Hall atrium. The early sunset at that time of year means that a lot of people are working into the darkness.

Fermilab retirees and golfers Tony Leveling (left) and Bob Hively hoist their commemorative cups for winning the Wednesday Bliss Creek golf league playoff match on Aug. 28. people Photo: Elliott McCrory

Fermilab retirees and golfers Tony Leveling (left) and Bob Hively hoist their commemorative cups for winning the Wednesday Bliss Creek golf league playoff match on Aug. 28.

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A cool egret flies over the Main Ring cooling pond at AZero on Oct. 10, 2018. nature, wildlife, bird, egret Photo: Elliott McCrory

A cool egret flies over the Main Ring cooling pond at AZero on Oct. 10, 2018.

Over two dozen high school students attending a summer course on astrophysics at the University of Chicago came out to Fermilab on July 3 to see the sites and sights. Their guide was Dark Energy Survey spokesperson and University of Chicago scientist Rich Kron. These young scientists hail from all over the United States and from other countries as well. Here are a few of them, smiling from the Tevatron tunnel. people Photo: Elliott McCrory

Over two dozen high school students attending a summer course on astrophysics at the University of Chicago came out to Fermilab on July 3 to see the sites and sights. Their guide was Dark Energy Survey spokesperson and University of Chicago scientist Rich Kron. These young scientists hail from all over the United States and from other countries as well. Here are a few of them, smiling from the Tevatron tunnel.