Jun 19, 2013
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The Large Hadron Collider in pictures: using big technology to investigate tiny things

Proton beams, cryogenics, superconductors, and massive underground labs — welcome to CERN!

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    I don’t know if a field trip is possible, but I would swoon over everything there.
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    Oh, this thing? This is just my Hadron Collider. I wouldn’t call it huge or enormous, but it’s definetly a large Hadron...
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