The Large Hadron Collider (CERN) is a nuclear particle accelerator used to accelerate heavy ions and protons, as well as for the study of products created by their collision. Today it is the world's largest pilot plant - it is set on the border of France and Switzerland.
About ten thousand scientists and experts from more than a hundred countries participated in its creation and then in the conducted experiments. The Collider created by the European Council for nuclear research is located near Geneva. CERN is the world's largest research center, founded in 1954 for the study of high energies. More than 20 countries cooperate under its auspices. The Hadron Collider is a kind of the ring-shaped tunnel with a length of over 26 kilometers. It is located at a depth from 50 to 175 meters.
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