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LHC experiments to explore new frontiers in physics tomorrow

Guest blog by LHC, a collider at CERN
The video embedded at the bottom is now live!

Let me first thank to Luboš for this great opportunity to inform you about my new work. Webmasters at CERN were equally kind but no one reads their web pages.

Breaking news, Wednesday morning: ATLAS published a new paper with a 3.4-sigma excess (locally) in the \(WZ\) channel for the mass of \(2\TeV\). It's 2.5 sigma globally and could be due to a \(W'\) boson of that mass if real. Intriguingly, last July, CMS published a hint supporting a \(2.1\TeV\) \(W_R^\pm\) boson with right-handed couplings!
Early tomorrow morning Prague Summer Time, the CERN Large Hadron Collider will attempt to start delivering physics data for the first time in 27 months. After an almost two year shutdown and several months of re-commissioning, the LHC experiments are ready to take data at the unprecedented energy of 13 TeV, almost double the collision energy of its first run. This will mark the start of season 2 at the LHC, opening the way to new discoveries.




Follow my LIVE BLOG on our HOME PAGE as of 8AM CEST (Prague Summer Time) i.e. 11PM (tonight) Californian Daylight Time that will guide you through all the major steps and moments from the ramp-up of the beams to the particle collisions.



You will also receive a press release just after the moment of collisions.
More information about LHC Season 2 is available on CERN’s press office website.



Break out of the window.

Let me thank Luboš again.

Cordially
Your Lovely Hardon Collider

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