Explore The Large Hadron Collider In 360-Degree Video

Synchrotronicity

At 17-miles across, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is not only the world's largest particle accelerator, but it is also a fantastic spot for a 360-degree video shoot. BBC News recently went inside the vast, tunneling underground complex, located near Geneva, Switzerland, and came back out with the panoramic video above. Unless you're a particle physicist or have 12 friends you can rustle up for a public tour, it's probably the closest you'll come to standing near a mini-Big Bang anytime soon.

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