Imaging high-energy x-ray emission from laser fusion targets is important because such images provide views deep inside the target and reveal the features of transport of hot/superhot electrons. These electrons can cause target preheat and are detrimental to efficient target implosion. We report here successful imaging of 20-, 45-, 70-, and 100keV x-ray emissions from the fusion targets at our Novette laser facility.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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