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Large Hadron Collider: LHC Live Video Stream

March 30, 2022 | Peter Chubb
Large Hadron Collider: LHC Live Video Stream

The Hadron Collider – the world’s largest atom smasher is all set to make history today. We have been waiting sometime for this to happen, but a series of setbacks have prevented this so far. To keep up-to-date with everything that is going on, then visit the LHC Live Video Stream.

For those who are worried about the world ending today, do not worry, as that will not happen. That is not meant to happen until 2012. The live webcast, which you can view from the link above will run from 7.30 am and 5 pm (GMT), we just hope that we will get to see two 3.5 TeV beams collide.

According to Wired, if all goes well today, then this will be the beginning of 18-24 month non-stop operation of the collider. After that time the LHC will be shut down for a year so preparations can be made for a more powerful collisions of 14 TeV.

Sciencetist aim to achieve a 7 TeV collisions today, this experiment will continue until the autumn 2011 – after which a huge amount of data will need to be studied.

Do you think it will happen today?

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  1. Popa Tautu says:

    The World will end today !

  2. Himanshu says:

    This Is the Begining Of New Era in Science And Technology ..

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