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Successful beam circulation in the LHC

10 Sep 2008, 08:36 UTC
Successful beam circulation in the LHC
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The Large Hadron Collider has just successfully completed its first beam circulation through the collider, with the beam reaching all the way to the huge ATLAS detector. This is a great moment for physics, and I wish their path to even greater moments goes just as well, from the first head-one beam collisions to ramping up the collider to full energy.
Update: First ATLAS event display from a tweet:

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