Restarting the world’s largest particle accelerator after a two-year overhaul isn’t just a matter of throwing a switch and making sure the lights go on. It’s an eight-week process of baby steps – one’s that involve billions of electron volts. But the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) took a major step forward this week as the CERN team fired up two counter-rotating proton beams that were injected into the LHC using the Super Proton Synchrotron, then accelerated to an energy of 450 GeV each.
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