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Adam Yurkewicz | USLHC | USA

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End of 2009 Run

Yesterday, the LHC collided its last particles for 2009. It has been an exciting end to the year, and the beginning of a new era in particle physics. The collider and all the experiments have proven that they work very well, and are ready for the first physics run.
This is also my last blog entry for the US LHC web site. It has been fun, and I appreciate all the interesting comments and questions to my posts over the last year and a half.
A few new bloggers are starting up, and I’ll be among the readers for an exciting 2010. Happy New Year!

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5 Responses to “End of 2009 Run”

  1. We who are attached to LHC@home via the BOINC software are hoping for some work units.

  2. Dave says:

    Hope you all have a Happy New Year!

    Rest up – the World expects miracles next year from LHC!

  3. Shawn Corrado says:

    Thanks for all the insight along the way, much appreciated!

  4. Lac Léman says:

    Are there WIMPs ?

    CDMS is cautious about their results, but they have two candidate events for WIMPs. It’s going to be interesting …

  5. Justas says:

    Happy holidays from Lithuania ;)

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