Large Hadron Collider will be shut down for 2 years for upgrades

02/14/2013 | Ars Technica

CERN's Large Hadron Collider will be shut down for two years for inspections and upgrades. The LHC was forced to run atom collisions at energies below 8 Tera-electron Volts after an early failure that revealed the LHC couldn't run collisions at its intended energy of 14TeV. The LHC's connectors will be completely replaced.

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