Large Hadron Collider (Large Hadron Collider, or LHC) is The world’s largest particle accelerator. Physicists are accelerating them to enormous speeds because such collisions create other particles that they can study.

The collider was launched on the French-Swiss border near Geneva in 2009. Three years later, in 2012, data from the collisions made it possible to reveal the last particle sought by physicists – the Higgs boson. The accelerator worked until 2019. Then it was decided to increase its power.

The business lasted three years and The LHC began operating after an outage last Friday, April 22. Three days were enough for him to break the energy record for accelerating particles. It was previously 6.5 TeV, and now it has been announced that the collision energy has reached 6.8 TeV. This is very close to the maximum power of 7TB.

Why do physicists accelerate and collide particles together? This allows you to check theoretical predictions computed from equations. it’s called Standard FormIt was developed until the seventies of the last century. let me expect Discovering the Higgs bosonthe last particle is missing from him.