"Big Bang" collider to restart with less energy
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The giant particle collider built to probe the origins of the universe will restart in November at a lower energy level following its shutdown days after its inauguration last year, CERN said on Thursday.
The announcement by the European Organization for Nuclear Research represented the latest in a series of delays to restart the Large Hadron Collider -- the biggest and most complex machine ever made. CERN had previously set an autumn date.
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