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LHC Hits an Energy of 3.5TeV

March 19th, 2010 03:06 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Inovaovao writes “As announced on Twitter by the CMS experiment, the LHC has finally accelerated both beams to 3.5 TeV for the first time. It thus broke the previous energy record of 1.18 TeV it had set last fall, about a month since operations started again this year. It’ll be a while yet before we see stable beams and collisions at 3.5 TeV. You won’t get much of a clue to the timetable by reading the General Manager’s pompous announcements. If you want to follow what’s going on, look at the Status Ops.”

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