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Energy Record gives LEP new Discovery Possibilities

4 Aug 1999, 08:00 UTC
Energy Record gives LEP new Discovery Possibilities

At CERN* on 2 August 1999 at 11h15, beams of electrons and positrons were accelerated in the Large Electron Positron Collider (LEP) to 100 GeV and brought into collision for the first time at this energy. There were two reasons for the backslapping, cheering and popping of corks that followed in the LEP control room. First, the setting of a new energy record for an electron-positron accelerator, represents a tremendous technical achievement by CERN accelerator specialists.
04 Aug 1999

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