CERN project to coincide with solar eclipse on April 8! Propelling trillions of protons to light speed to uncover dark matter’s universe origins.

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CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is set to commence a crucial experiment on April 8, aiming to uncover dark matter following a two-year enhancement!

This facility will propel trillions of protons close to the speed of light, orbiting its 17-mile circumference more than 11,000 times per second.

The objective is to reveal dark matter, constituting approximately 28% of the universe yet remaining undetectable through conventional means.

Leveraging the LHC’s capabilities to recreate conditions akin to the post-Big Bang era, CERN scientists anticipate significant breakthroughs in understanding the enigmatic dark matter.​

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