China collects 4 times larger particles from the major Hydronial Collider (LHC) and it is expected that more than one million Higgins will produce parts of the Boson in the first decade of its operation. The Cosmic Positron Collider (CEPC) – a 62-mile long collider – was first announced in 2012, several months after the Higgs bumper details were found in the LHC. Now, researchers working on the project have released two new reports showing what works for the last six years and what they will do in the decades to come. The CEPC report describes how the LHC is rounded down about 17 miles. It lasts more than 10 years of LHC's capabilities over physical experiments. According to scientists, it can produce more than one million million Higgs bosons, 100 million Wt-Bozos and one trillion Z Bostons. Large Hadron Collider, depicted on October 11, 2014. Rounded to CEPC, such as Thomas Saizuskas / Anthos Media / Flickr LHC. It is located in the underground tunnel and consists of a linear accelerator, a damping ring, an amplifier, a transport network and a collider. These electronic and positron emitting diodes have two ring circuits that rotate in opposite directions in separate tubes. Its tunnels are designed for the current Super Proton Proton Collider (CppC). This supercooler reaches out to power outside of the LHC – the LHC 14 is designed for the maximum collision of TeV, and the SppC 70 TeV will work with energy. " project accelerator, detector and civil engineering design, "said Gao Yuanning, chairman of the CEPC Institute Council. "Our next step will be to explore and develop core technologies and prototypes for CEPC." The design report was published at the solemn ceremony held by the Beijing Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP). Geoffrey Taylor of Melbourne University, Chairman of the International Committee on Future Accelerators (ICFA) and Chairman of the Future Accelerator Committee (ACFA): "This is an important milestone on the road to such an important object for fundamental physics. I'm sure the international community hopes to develop and operate the CEPC and seek to understand the key components of the material. " Over the next five years, scientists have been conducting extensive research on key components for CEPC. Infrared infrastructure is also built for the collider. The construction of the CEPC will begin in 2022 and will end in 2030. The CCP will be successful, and scientists hope that SppC supercollections will work in the 2030s. "As an energy boundary machine SPPC can find a whole new set of particles," the new report says. "Dark matter is one of the most strange issues in particle physics and cosmology. The weak interaction of harmful particles (WIMPs) is still the most useful of dark matter. " Researchers can be used to "expand" SppC for WIMP searches, which can answer one of the greatest secrets in the world.
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