Particle tracks from proton-antiproton collision

Particle tracks from proton-antiproton collision

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Credit: CAVENDISH LABORATORY UA5 EXPERIMENT, CERN/ DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Computer-processed streamer chamber photograph of the tracks of subatomic particles produced in a proton- antiproton collision at a total energy of 900 GeV. The collision was recorded in the UA5 detector at CERN, the European particle physics laboratory outside Geneva. The proton & antiproton have come in from the sides of the picture & annihilated at centre into pure energy; this energy rematerialises in a spray of new particles, mostly pions. Recorded 1985

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