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News from LHC

In Uncategorized on March 30, 2010 by Vikas Tagged:

Two pivotal achievements happened today: first, the LHC finally managed to sustain a 7 TeV particle beam. Secondly, at 4:28 P.M. IST first proton collides were achieved at this level of energy, which is a world record.

“With these record-shattering collision energies, the LHC experiments are propelled into a vast region to explore, and the hunt begins for dark matter, new forces, new dimensions and the ever elusive Higgs boson. The fact that the experiments have published papers already on the basis of last year’s data bodes very well for this first physics run,” said ATLAS collaboration spokesperson, Fabiola Gianotti.

Now it’s up to the scientists at CERN to analyze the data, which will probably take some time; look out for some exciting news from CERN in the days to come.

P.S : This post is being done by me since Sukrit right now is in a viva(hahaha…)

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