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Paul Jackson | CERN | Switzerland

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Getting even closer….

OK, I hope my insisting to post on ATLAS’s progress towards seeing beam isn’t boring you. But like as not, if you’re reading this you’re probably mildly interested. So the scoop is we’re close, very close, and we could be ready for business soon.

Beam to point 8! Wow! That probably means nothing to you unless you know about the next picture.......

Beam to point 8! Wow! That probably means nothing to you unless you know about the next picture.......

LHC plan...in order to help you follow the beams path

LHC plan...in order to help you follow the beams path

Last year there were people trying to explain to every BBC reporter that the beam wasn’t just “slow” but it was being sent around each portion of the ring in turn. So we’re at point 8 now…….and I see an update coming in on this page that reads “Beam to point 1”.
You know what’s at point 1 don’t you: ATLAS!!

Alright, finger’s crossed. Here goes!

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