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Peter Steinberg | USLHC | USA

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Behind Enemy Lines

OK, OK, all I meant is that I took a lightning fast tour of CMS yesterday, hosted by a RHIC colleague of mine (thanks, Dave!). But who do I run into but, not one, but two US LHC bloggers — voila:

Anyway, this was my first time seeing CMS, and impressive it was. Impossibly dense, compared to the general ATLAS impression of being impossibly huge. And this may be the last time many of us ever get a chance to see it (ironically, the better the LHC does in the first couple of years, that chance will just get smaller). So enjoy my photos (which admittedly aren’t much better/different than many others) here.

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