Dark matter hunt at CERN: Will the LCHb experiment unravel the fundamental cosmic mystery?

Express.co.uk | 5/26/2019 | Sebastian Kettley
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The LHC at CERN operates on a three-year cycle of proton acceleration, followed by a cool down period of two years, during which thousands of engineers descend into the tunnels to upgrade and maintain the accelerator and its seven experiments.

The Hadron Collider will kick back into work in the spring of 2021 for so-called Run 3.

Data - LHCb - Runs - Discovery - Pentaquark

But the data collected during the LHCb’s previous runs has already led to the incredible discovery of the pentaquark – a subatomic...
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