NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

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NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by Xymox » Thu Apr 01, 2010 7:41 am

ATLAS is showing us some love...

http://atlantis.cern.ch/live/

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Re: NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by CharmQuark » Thu Apr 01, 2010 7:43 am

in case you all forget I LOVE ATLAS :P :oops: :thumbup:
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Re: NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by chriwi » Thu Apr 01, 2010 8:22 am

thats really nice that we have another eventdisplay now.
Lets hope that the other experiments will follow the example of LHCb and Atlas lateron.
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Re: NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by Harbles » Thu Apr 01, 2010 2:52 pm

Sadly the live Atlas display seems to be stuck on the same image and the LHCB one doesn't work as I get the missing image icon on that page. I know all experiments have rules about discussing or publishing any results without approval of the entire collaboration so perhaps this why we don't see displays.

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Re: NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by chriwi » Thu Apr 01, 2010 5:19 pm

For me both eventdisplays produce images and I am using a PC with a linux live-CD and no persiostent memory, so there cannot be anythuing in the cache.
But you are right that non of them has actual events, Atlasc is stuck somewhere yestrerday-evening and LHCb countinuously sends a picture from 7:45 this morning. But actually ther has also not been a physics run at lieast since the time of the last image of the LHCb-display, lets wait what they will show when LHCb goes back to physics mode.
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Re: NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by Harbles » Thu Apr 01, 2010 9:42 pm

I hope you are right. Physics load happening shortly and we shall see.

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Re: NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by Stephen » Sun Apr 04, 2010 12:16 am

Good to know ATLAS joins the company of LHCb. Let's just hope we won't find any incorrect date resulting from software failure there.

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Re: NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by Nataly56 » Thu Jul 14, 2011 8:55 am

I'm glad you all are glad
All this really very funny 8-)

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Re: NEW ATLAS COLLISION EVENT DISPLAY

Post by zeeshan » Fri Dec 14, 2012 11:33 am

GENEVA – After less than three weeks of heavy-ion running, the three experiments studying lead ion collisions at the LHC have already brought new insight into matter as it would have existed in the very first instants of the Universe’s life. The ALICE experiment, which is optimized for the study of heavy ions, published two papers just a few days after the start of lead-ion running. Now, the first direct observation of a phenomenon known as jet quenching has been made by both the ATLAS and CMS collaborations. This result is reported in a paper from the ATLAS collaboration accepted for publication yesterday in the scientific journal Physical Review Letters. A CMS paper will follow shortly, and results from all of the experiments will be presented at a seminar on Thursday, December 2 at CERN. Data taking with ions continues to December 6.
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