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Illustrator Joel Brehm created a visual representation of a simulated particle collision event within the Compact Muon Solenoid detector. A University of Nebraska–Lincoln physics team earned a $51 million National Science Foundation grant to lead the NSF-funded portion of the U.S. CMS Operations Program. Nebraska physicists helped develop the circular tracker in the center of the illustration. The tracker’s cylinder is partially cut away to show a collision. Special thanks to Matevz Tadel of the University of California, San Diego, and Ken Bloom, Nebraska physicist, for their scientific consultation and expertise.
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