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Edgar Carrera | USLHC | USA

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CMS first 7 TeV collision events!!!!

CMS one of the 1st collision events at 7 TeV

CMS one of the 1st collision events at 7 TeV

After years of hard work by many people, after several weeks of intense work for preparation, and after several hours of holding our breaths, we finally got stable colliding beams at the record center-of-mass energy of 7 TeV.  Today, Tuesday 30th of March of 2010, CMS captured these beautiful collision candidate events!!!

You will see them appearing  here soon!!!

A new era of exciting physics (hopefully discoveries) has just started, a renaissance of science, which will most certainly change the way we perceive our universe and trigger an enhancement of our own humanism.

Cheers for particle physics and for humankind!!

Edgar Carrera (Boston University)

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3 Responses to “CMS first 7 TeV collision events!!!!”

  1. Congratulations! I’ve been waiting excitingly for this moment for years, and have been following your stream all day. Today everyone is allowed to use lots of exclamation marks. I know I have. :)

    – sunny256

  2. Harbles says:

    History in the making before our eyes. Congratulations to all who had any part in designing, building or operating this amazing machine.

  3. Bruce says:

    Congratulations!

    First steps into a larger understanding of the world.

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