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    Large Hadron Collider To Commence Working

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    The Large Hadron Collider has been one of the modern marvels of science. The collider has been in the news ever since it was discovered. The collider took the world by storm as it proved the existence of the Higgs Boson particle years ago. 

    Since the major discovery, ten years have passed. The Collider is once again preparing to commence its work to reveal more unknown secrets about our universe. The collider is cited as the strongest vessel in which particles can collide at a great speed. 

    The vessel is expected to smash a large number of protons against each other at an insanely high speed. Representatives from CERN appeared for a press conference recently. They stated that the Large Hadron Collider is all geared up for action. The vessel is expected to work non-stop for a period of four years. 

    During the course of its action, the collider will function at a whopping 13.6 trillion electron volts. The basic task for the collider will be to direct a couple of beams of protons into the nucleus of an atom. The protons will come from opposite directions at a speed that is almost similar to that of light. 

    The exact location of the collider is said to be one hundred feet under the Swiss-French border. The diameter of the ring is estimated at 27km. Let us learn more about the story in detail below. 

    Large Hadron Collider Experiment To Begin Soon

    The Large Hadron Collider is expected to begin its experiment soon. This is said to be the biggest experiment of modern times. Scientists from all over the world will be keeping a close watch on the results. 

    Reputed organizations like LHCb, ALICE, CMS, and ATLAS will analyze the results and try to dig deep into the mysteries related to dark matter.

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