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Higgs boson decay model Featured Print

Higgs boson decay model

Higgs boson decay model. Simulated computerdisplay of the decay of a Higgs boson in the CMS(compact muon solenoid) detector at CERN (theEuropean particle physics laboratory) near Geneva, Switzerland. The detector will be placed aroundthe large hadron collider (LHC), CERN's highestenergy particle accelerator. Proton beams will beaccelerated and collided head on in the LHC, andthe CMS will detect the resultant particles. Themain goal of the experiment is the discovery ofthe Higgs boson, an elementary particle predictedby the Standard Model of particle physics, but yetto be directly detected (as of 2006). A pilot runof the LHC is scheduled for summer 2007

© Cern/Science Photo Library

Poster, Wengernalp Jungfrau Railway, Switzerland Featured Print

Poster, Wengernalp Jungfrau Railway, Switzerland

Poster advertising the Wengernalp Jungfrau Railway, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, designed by Francois Gos. Date: circa 1950s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Onslow Auctions Limited

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Proton collision Featured Print

Proton collision

Particle tracks from a proton-proton collision seen by the CMS (compact muon solenoid) detector at CERN (the European particle physics laboratory) near Geneva, Switzerland. Before the collision the ions had been accelerated by the large hadron collider (LHC). A large number of particles (orange lines) were created by the collision. Among them was a Higgs boson. The particle was not seen, but is revealed through its decay products; a pair of Z bosons that each decay into a pair of muons (long red lines). The Higgs boson is thought to give other particles mass. The first sighting of it was announced by scientists at CERN on 4th July 2012

© CMS EXPERIMENT, CERN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY