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LHC – Large Hadron Collider – CERN’s Accelerator’s dipoles

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), CERNs engine, is an apparatus that can concentrate a lot of energy in a very small space.


To control the beams of particles at such a high energy, LHC uses 1800 superconductor magnets.


Nuclear Engineer Luca Bottura helps us understanding the importance of the magnetic superconductor dipoles for the functioning of the LHC, Geneva’s CERN’s neuralgic centre.

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