Saturday, May 12, 2007

LHC: girls from the CMS

Our previous videos from CERN kind of focused on the ATLAS experiment. Whoever has 10+7 minutes should see videos by the

CMS stands for Compact Muon Solenoid. If you see a muon, you know that someone more important has been around. You will have to watch to see more details. :-) You may also see how YB0, a 2000-ton main part of the CMS detector, was lowered (32 seconds). Another experiment is

The fourth major experiment, LHCb, only offers a slide show without a scientific content.

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