Electromagnetic particle shower where particle tracks (moving from bottom to top) show multiple electron-positron pairs created from the energy of a high-energy gamma ray photon produced by a neutrino collision

Images of Big Bang experiments inside particle accelerators at CERN

Electromagnetic particle shower where particle tracks (moving from bottom to top) show multiple electron-positron pairs created from the energy of a high-energy gamma ray photon produced by a neutrino collision.

Large Hadron Collider - World's Largest and Highest-energy Particle Accelerator

World's Biggest Machines - biggest machines, largest machines

Large Hadron Collider - World's Largest and Highest-energy Particle Accelerator this is the product of science. This machine and the intellect of all those associated with it, reveal more about our reality than any religious dogma.

Inside The World's Largest Particle Accelerator - YouTube

The Large Hadron Collider is a 27 kilometer atom smasher!

The Royal Institution: How to Design a Particle Accelerator - with Suzie Sheehy

Watch: Particle accelerators explained in a wonderful animated short / Boing Boing

Synchrotrons are the highest-energy particle accelerators in the world. The Large Hadron Collider currently tops the list, with the ability to accelerate particles to an energy of 6.5 trillion electronvolts before colliding them with particles of an equal energy traveling in the opposite direction.

Synchrotrons are the highest-energy particle accelerators in the world. The Large Hadron Collider currently tops the list, with the ability to accelerate particles to an energy of 6.5 trillion electronvolts before colliding them with particles of an equal energy traveling in the opposite direction.

Subatomic Particle Pathway in a particle accelerator... so breathtaking

Can Neutrinos Solve the Mystery of the Matter-Antimatter Unbalance?

Some beautiful subatomic particle tracks from collisions of particles made visible in a bubble chamber.

My working LEGO particle accelerator. It can accelerate a LEGO soccer ball to 12.5 km/h!

Have you ever wondered what the building blocks of the universe might be? Perhaps they're Lego bricks - Working Lego particle accelerator finds the Minifigs Boson

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