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NSLS-II, the successor to NSLS (National Synchrotron Light Source) at Brookhaven National Lab, has been open to users worldwide since early 2015 as a world-class advanced synchrotron light source because of its unique features: its half-mile-circumference (792 m) Storage Ring provides the highest beam intensity (500 mA) at medium-energy (3 GeV) with sub-nm-rad horizontal emittance (down to 0.5 nm-rad) and diffraction-limited vertical emittance at a wavelength of 1 Å (<8 pm-rad). As the eyes ofdoi:10.18429/jacow-icap2015-wep11 fatcat:hflvnpjy6rb4vex5vcmmbytye4