ATLAS - virtual visit
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  The ATLAS Experiment at CERN is one of the largest most complex scientific instruments ever constructed. It is designed to explore the inner universe, advancing our understanding of the basic building blocks and fundamental forces of nature.

Five thousand physicists from about 180 institutions in 38 countries around the world participate in ATLAS. When the LHC is in operation, up to 600 million protons collide every second inside the detector. ATLAS Virtual Visits gives the public a unique opportunity to be part of this great scientific adventure.

Using web-based video conferencing tools, participants talk with an ATLAS physicist, receive a tour of the control room, and get answers to their questions.

Next Event:

11 May

   
 
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ATLAS Experiment

 

Future Events

 

Past Events

 

Tech Requirements

 

ATLAS Live

 

Visit CERN

 
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ATLAS
Experiment

Discover one of the world's greatest scientific adventures
 

Future
Events

A list of upcoming Virtual Visits
 

Past
Events

Some recordings from past Virtual Visits
 

Book Your
Visit

How to organise your own Virtual Visit
 

About
ATLAS

Some images to prepare your visit.
 

Visit
CERN

Come see the world's largest particle physics laboratory
 
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