Large Hadron Collider Restart Delayed
The world’s largest atom smasher will likely be restarted in October after further tests and safety precautions are put into place. The LHC was to be restarted in September, but will be delayed 2-3 weeks. The LHC was initially started on September 10, 2008, but was shut down 9 days later due to faulty wiring. Once it is up and running again, it will start smashing hydrogen atoms together in order to better understand how the makeup of the universe. For more information, check out the LHC website.