Tuesday, March 23, 2010

LHC CERN to recreate Big Bang on 30 March 2010

The scientists from European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) are gonna employ the Large Hadron Collider in an attempt to recreate the Big Bang on 30 March 2010. The accelerator which lies 100 meters underground between Swiss and France is used by physicist to study the tiniest known particles - the fundamental building ensamble of all surrounding things. Two beams of subatomic particles called hadrons (protons or lead ions) with energy of 3.5 TeV each, are scheduled to collide at 7 TeV on March 30, 2010. The beams circulate in opposide directions inside the LHC, gaining energy with every lap and expected to reach as high as 3.5 TeV each - the highest energy yet obtained in a particle accelerator. In the experiment the physicists will try to create the conditions just after the Big Bang. The particle released in the collision will be detected by special detectors and analized by physicists from worldwide.


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