In this web story I will share with you five important and complex aspects of how CERN's Large Hadron Collider works.

After a three-year hiatus, the world's largest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), was launched for the third time since April.

The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) has announced that from July 5, LHC will run at 13.6 trillion electron volts 24 hours a day, according to AFP. This will continue for four years.

Nearly ten years after scientists announced the discovery of the Higgs boson, accelerating energy levels began to break down.

1.6 billion collisions a second: The trillion protons hit the LHC accelerator ring around the ring more than 11,245 times per second, as it travels at 99,999 percent of the speed of light per second.

The machine can cause about 600 million collisions per second since it started working. 

The collision of two beams produces 100,000 times the temperature of the sun, but that heat is not concentrated everywhere.

It stores more than 30 petabytes of data and 1.2 million Blu-ray discs per year. So more than 100 petabytes of this data has been permanently stored on tape.

Just Chapter One: The LHC is the largest and most complex instrument in the world. A future planning machine of ERN. It is called Future Circular Collider.

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