September 10 marked the 10th anniversary of when the Large Hadron Collider first powered on. Since it’s already achieved its most well-known goal — to discover the Higgs boson — you might wonder what else is happening at the famous collider.
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The Tevatron collider — the world’s second most powerful particle accelerator — was shut down in 2011. Now, from beyond the grave, it’s revealing properties of the Higgs boson.