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English: An example of simulated data modeled for the CMS particle detector on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. Here, following a collision of two protons, a Higgs boson is produced which decays into two jets of hadrons and two electrons. The lines represent the possible paths of particles produced by the proton-proton collision in the detector while the energy these particles deposit is shown in blue. More CMS events at CMS Media
Français : Simulation de la desintegration d'un boson de Higgs en 2 rayons de hadrons (centre, 11 heures) et 2 electrons (en bas à gauche, 5 heures) dans le detecteur CMS du LHC au CERN. Les traces denotent les particules qui ont ete produites de la collision d'une paire de protons d'ultra-haute energie. Les energies deposees par les particules dans le detecteur sont montrees en bleu pale.
Deutsch: Simulation des hypothetischen Zerfalls eines Higgs-Teilchens in Teilchen-Jets am CMS/CERN
Polski: Przykładowa (2008) symulacja zderzenia dwóch protonów kreujących Bozon Higgsa rozpadający się następnie na dwa strumienie hadronów (na godzinie 11 i 13) i dwa elektrony (na godzinie 17) wygenerowana dla detektora CMS Wielkiego Zderzacza Hadronów w ośrodku naukowo-badawczym CERN pod Genewą. Ślady cząstek zarejestrowane przez detektor w wyniku kolizji zaznaczono kolorem niebieskim.
Español: Un ejemplo de simulación a partir de los datos de la desintegración dos protones de muy alta energía generando un Bosón de Higgs en el decaimiento en dos haces de hadrones y dos electrones en el detector CMS del LHC en el CERN. Las lineas representan las posibles vias de desintegración, mientras que la zona en azul claro representa la energía obtenida en la desintegración de las partículas en el detector.
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Author Lucas Taylor / CERN
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current02:18, 16 August 2011Thumbnail for version as of 02:18, 16 August 20111,104 × 1,018 (783 KB)Quibik (talk | contribs)Cleared the background.
00:01, 22 December 2010Thumbnail for version as of 00:01, 22 December 20101,104 × 1,018 (1.06 MB)Quibik (talk | contribs)Higher resolution version from http://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/628469.
10:20, 5 December 2006Thumbnail for version as of 10:20, 5 December 2006600 × 552 (79 KB)Harp (talk | contribs)A simulated event at CMS en:particle detector of the LHC of the european particle physics institute, the CERN. Source: The CMS home page (at CMS Media/[http://cmsinfo.cern.ch/outreach/CMSmedia/CMSphotos.html Photos]/EventD
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