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The FRIB cryogenic plant made its first liquid helium at 4.5 kelvin (K) on 16 November 2017. Making cold helium is critical to operating FRIB’s linear accelerator. FRIB’s beam-accelerating cryomodules contain superconducting radio frequency cavities that must operate at temperatures hundreds of degrees below zero to be superconducting. The cold helium will make the cavities superconducting.

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