A cryostat is a device used in science, engineering, and medicine to sustain very low temperatures of the samples or devices which are mounted inside it. Most commonly, a cryogenic fluid bath assembled inside the vessel and containing a liquid such as helium maintains these cryogenic temperatures. Cryostats generally cost in the region of USD$8,000 to $12,000.

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