CERN's Large Hadron Collider performs world-record energy collisions


The Large Hadron Collider is ready to once again start delivering proton collisions to experiments at an unprecedented energy of 13.6 TeV, marking the start of the accelerator's third run of data-taking for physics.

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Event number: 50918
Date: 05/07/2022

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A new period of data taking begins on Tuesday July 5 for the experiments at the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, after over three years of upgrade and maintenance work. Beams have already been circulating in CERN’s accelerator complex since April, with the LHC machine and its injectors being recommissioned to operate with new higher-intensity beams and increased energy. Now, the LHC operators are ready to announce “stable beams”, indicating full control over the colliding particles. This is the condition allowing experiments to switch on all subsystems and begin taking data that will be used for physics analysis. The LHC will now run around the clock for close to 4 years at the record energy of 13.6 trillion electronvolts (TeV).

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