Expecting beam in 30 minutes!

30th March 2010 – During this morning LHC has been working to give us the beam conditions for collisions.

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How will it happen?

28th March 2010 – So how will this whole "First 7 TeV Collisions" event happen? Well, here is my (somewhat naive) understanding of what will happen.

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Approaching the End...and a New Beginning

28th March 2010 – This Tuesday, if all goes according to plan, will mark the end of a very long journey for many High Energy Physicists. The first 7 TeV Collisions will signal the end of the the commissioning period of the LHC and its experiments.

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Big step forward in LHC operation last night

19th March 2010 – Last night a new very important milestone has been reached by the LHC: two counter-circulating proton beams have been accelerated for the first time to 3.5 TeV, the energy that they should routinely reach in the 2010-2011 running period.

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ATLAS Experiment Reports Its First Physics Results from the LHC

17th March 2010 – The first physics results from the ATLAS Experiment with proton-proton collisions at an energy of 0.9 TeV in late 2009 have now been accepted for publication in the journal Physics Letters B.

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3 Firsts for ATLAS in 2010

15th March 2010 – It has been a BUSY weekend!  The LHC has been working around the clock get the machine commissioned, and ATLAS has been enjoying the many Firsts that have resulted.

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ATLAS celebrating the International Women's day!

8th March 2010 – Today ATLAS celebrates the role of women in physics its own way. ATLAS has encouraged its staff and users to place as many women as possible on shift in the control room and to serve as guides for official visits.

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