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Paul Jackson | CERN | Switzerland

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the corks have popped!!!

The champagne has been released. Beam has been circulated, making 2 turns (the two spots you can see in the picture I showed in my last post). Everyone is happy. There’s phone calls and text messages (it’s an ‘SMS’ in Europe but whatever) and emails being sent around.

Proudly exclaiming their beam achievements

Proudly exclaiming their beam achievements

As I predicted, ATLAS looks just the same!! Yaaay science!

As I predicted, ATLAS looks just the same!! Yaaay science!

The guys operating the LHC deserve a hearty round of applause. This has been smooth and impressive.

Now, the fun, and the real hard work starts.

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