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7 TeV ATLAS event

I think the pictures says it all. This is the beginning of a new era of discovery for particle physics. Excellent job by all my fellow collaborators on ATLAS and the LHC! Hopefully much more data is soon to come. It makes me very excited about the future.

Here is where our public event displays are located.

7 TeV Collision Event

7 TeV Collision Event

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3 Responses to “7 TeV ATLAS event”

  1. Suzanne McCain says:

    Is there an explanation of this image? I cannot see the web address at the bottom to view it.

  2. Flip Tanedo says:

    Why are the ATLAS event displays so much nicer for desktop wallpaper than the CMS displays? :-)

  3. Regina says:

    Hi Suzanne,

    Symmetry Breaking did a nice “decoding” of the ATLAS event display. You can see it here

    http://www.symmetrymagazine.org/breaking/2010/03/18/atlas-event-display-decoded/

    And Flip – because ATLAS is awesome ;)

    Regina

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