¡Aquí no se colisiona nada hasta septiembre!

por davidgp el 07/08/2008

Pues eso, que para poder ver el fin del mundo con estilo aún hay que esperar

CERN1 has today announced that the first attempt to circulate a beam in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will be made on 10 September. This news comes as the cool down phase of commissioning CERN’s new particle accelerator reaches a successful conclusion. Television coverage of the start-up will be made available through Eurovision.

The LHC is the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, producing beams seven times more energetic than any previous machine, and around 30 times more intense when it reaches design performance, probably by 2010. Housed in a 27-kilometre tunnel, it relies on technologies that would not have been possible 30 years ago. The LHC is, in a sense, its own prototype.

CERN Press Realese: CERN announces start-up date for LHC

Gracias a Pablo por avisarme.

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Nacho 07/08/2008 a las 11:54 pm

Hombre… No vamos a destruir el mundo con las Olimpiadas por la mitad.

David García Pérez 08/08/2008 a las 2:09 pm

A mí tanto me da la verdad…

fllort 08/08/2008 a las 5:03 pm

Ya podéis ir comprando velas porque cuando lo enciendan el apagón será histórico.

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