LHC First Physics At 7TeV

29/03/2010 - 22:38 von Karl Heinz | Report spam
http://press.web.cern.ch/press/lhc-first-physics/

http://press.web.cern.ch/press/lhc-...s/webcast/

Schedule for main webcast

8:30 Webcast begins with live coverage of the LHC accelerator team's
daily meeting in the CERN Control Centre
9:00 Webcast continues with the first attempt to collide
protons at 7 TeV (3.5 TeV per beam). Live satellite coverage
begins via EBU. From 9:00 to 11:00, coverage will include:
live footage from the control rooms of the LHC accelerator and
experiments; step-by-step explanations of how the LHC teams bring
beams into collision, with commentary from the team operating the
LHC accelerator; and interviews with leaders of CERN and the LHC
experiments.
11:00 Webcast continues; live satellite coverage ends.
From 11:00-15:30, coverage will include: live footage from the
control rooms of the LHC accelerator and experiments; updates
on progress of beams and collisions; interviews with experts on
the physics of the LHC at 7 TeV.
12:00 Update from the CERN Control Centre
12:10 Live from the ATLAS Experiment
12:20 Live from the ALICE Experiment
12:30 Roundtable: Dark matter, supersymmetry, black holes and antimatter
12:40 Live from the CMS Experiment
12:50 Live from the LHCb Experiment
13:00 Update from the CERN Control Centre
13:10 Live from the ATLAS Experiment
13:20 Live from the ALICE Experiment
13:30 Roundtable: The Higgs boson
13:40 Live from the CMS Experiment
13:50 Live from the LHCb Experiment
14:00 Update from the CERN Control Centre
14:10 Live from the ATLAS Experiment
14:20 Live from the ALICE Experiment
14:30 Roundtable: Societal benefits of particle physics
14:40 Live from the CMS Experiment
14:50 Live from the LHCb Experiment
15:00 Update from the CERN Control Centre
15:10 Live from the ATLAS Experiment
15:20 Live from the ALICE Experiment
15:30 Live from the CMS Experiment
15:40 Live from the LHCb Experiment
15:50 Replay of live satellite coverage (first transmitted 9:00-11:00)
17:50 Farewell from CERN
18:00 Highlights from the day's event
18:15 Webcast ends
 

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#1 Robert Rohling
29/03/2010 - 22:43 | Warnen spam
Karl Heinz wrote in news:4bb10fce$0$6767
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http://press.web.cern.ch/press/lhc-first-physics/

http://press.web.cern.ch/press/lhc-...s/webcast/

Schedule for main webcast

8:30 Webcast begins with live coverage of the LHC accelerator team's
daily meeting in the CERN Control Centre
9:00 Webcast continues with the first attempt to collide
protons at 7 TeV (3.5 TeV per beam). Live satellite coverage
begins via EBU. From 9:00 to 11:00, coverage will include:
live footage from the control rooms of the LHC accelerator and
experiments; step-by-step explanations of how the LHC teams bring
beams into collision, with commentary from the team operating the
LHC accelerator; and interviews with leaders of CERN and the LHC
experiments.
11:00 Webcast continues; live satellite coverage ends.
From 11:00-15:30, coverage will include: live footage from the
control rooms of the LHC accelerator and experiments; updates
on progress of beams and collisions; interviews with experts on
the physics of the LHC at 7 TeV.
12:00 Update from the CERN Control Centre
12:10 Live from the ATLAS Experiment
12:20 Live from the ALICE Experiment
12:30 Roundtable: Dark matter, supersymmetry, black holes and antimatter
12:40 Live from the CMS Experiment
12:50 Live from the LHCb Experiment
13:00 Update from the CERN Control Centre
13:10 Live from the ATLAS Experiment
13:20 Live from the ALICE Experiment
13:30 Roundtable: The Higgs boson
13:40 Live from the CMS Experiment
13:50 Live from the LHCb Experiment
14:00 Update from the CERN Control Centre
14:10 Live from the ATLAS Experiment
14:20 Live from the ALICE Experiment
14:30 Roundtable: Societal benefits of particle physics
14:40 Live from the CMS Experiment
14:50 Live from the LHCb Experiment
15:00 Update from the CERN Control Centre
15:10 Live from the ATLAS Experiment
15:20 Live from the ALICE Experiment
15:30 Live from the CMS Experiment
15:40 Live from the LHCb Experiment
15:50 Replay of live satellite coverage (first transmitted 9:00-11:00)
17:50 Farewell from CERN
18:00 Highlights from the day's event
18:15 Webcast ends



19:39 Armageddon

SCNR...


Gruß R.R.



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