A phone recording a trip through a TSA X-ray machine

I have always been curious what it looked like inside an X-ray machine. I was major league disappointed. I expected way more than the black top and scratches. My flashlight was on the entire time so we could see it. I'm surprised no data gets corrupted by the radiation.

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IAmRiot (1 year ago)
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X-ray machines emit an electromagnetic energy, which is not magnetic, and does not damage or destroy electrical equipment or magnetic sensitive data.
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IAmRiot (1 year ago)
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@ROBLOXVIP735 @ROBLOXVIP735, that is different in a sense. Most TSA X-rays use something called 'Cabinet X-ray Systems' which are highly compact machines created to stop the leakage of X-ray radiation while medical X-rays use three main forms of function: Radiography, Fluoroscopy & Computed Tomography. These medical X-ray systems function in a way to allow X-rays to be absorbed or scattered by the internal structures it is trying to collect data from, basically meaning it is doing what the TSA X-rays prevent.
ROBLOXVIP735 (1 year ago)
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@PCWolfGaming Ah, makes sense.
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Date: Apr 28, 2018 Views: 29 Ratings: 2
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