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The Crab Nebula’s electron launcher is so powerful, it almost shouldn’t exist
A new super-facility in the mountains of China helped make the surprising detections.
First Test For Machine That Could Change The Future Of Particle Physics
Method might shrink particle accelerators from town size to table size
Take A Look At The Infinity Machine
It's not as scary as it sounds
How It Works: The Large Hadron Collider
To chaotically combine particles, you need a lot of space ... and a lot of power
Look Inside The World’s Most Advanced X-ray-Shooting Superlab
14 acres of room for 60 beamlines, 4,000 researchers, and a lot of science
3 Tech Futures A Particle Accelerator On Long Island Could Bring Us
Magic to expect from the world's brightest source of x-rays
Hunting for Higgs
Project: Higgs Hunters Smashing particles together, contemplating the nature of space and time: in the popular imagination, few occupations evoke … Continued
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Plus a taste of crunchy crickets
Experimental Particle Accelerator Boosts Electrons On A Wave
Surf's up at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in California.
‘Indisputable’ Proof Of A New Four-Quark Particle
CERN physicists have made a particle that likely existed for just a microsecond after the Big Bang.