Can be found at Michigan.

Check out this quote:

What if I get caught in the beam?

“You’d get a bad burn,” says Krushelnick. But it wouldn’t be horrific, he adds — remember that the pulse doesn’t contain a huge amount of energy and lasts for only 30 femtoseconds. And you’ll have ten seconds to move the 1.3 micrometres needed to get out of the way before the next pulse comes along.

I guess it’s still not ready for “Phase II”, which is a station on the moon, from which the Logipundit can zap Hamiltonian politicians.

The most intense laser in the world
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