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A simulaed ATLAS event

ATLAS Detector

ATLAS Installation

BaBar Detector

SLAC Aerial View

LHC Cutaway

CERN Aerial View

Minos

NOVA Aerial View

Numi Horns

ATLAS Pixel Detector

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Simulated ATLAS Event

A computer simulation of an ATLAS event.

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ATLAS Detector

A cut-away view of the ATLAS dectector. The scale can be seen by the size of the people in the picture.

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ATLAS Installation

A view of ATLAS during installation. Note the size of the people in the picture.

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BaBar Detector

An artist's view of the BaBar detector.

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An Aerial View of SLAC and PEP-II

The site of the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, operated for the Department of Energy by Stanford University.

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A Cut-away view of the LHC

A cut-away view of CERN's Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Swizerland. The colliding rings are about 100 meters underground.

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An Aerial View of the CERN Site

An aerial photo of the CERN site. The red circle indicates the LHC. The city of Geneva is in the background.

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The MINOS Detector

The MINOS Far Detector has been taking neutrino data since 2005. It has measured neutrino mixing parameters with ever increasing precision.

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An Aerial View of NOvA

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, which manages the NOvA project, will generate a beam of neutrinos to send to a 15,000-ton detector in Ash River, Minnesota. The particles will complete the 500-mile interstate trip in less than three milliseconds.

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Horns of the Numi Detector

Scientists use the NuMI horn to focus and steer a beam of particles that eventually decay into neutrinos.

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The ATLAS Pixel Detector

The pixel detector, which has been a major area of ISU participation in ATLAS. It is similar to a 34 Megapixel camera that can take 40 million pictures per second.

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