Big Decision Upcoming at Fermilab
Fermilab’s directorate is currently deciding whether or not to extend the run of the lab’s collider, the Tevatron, as described quite well in this story in the Beacon News. I have an obvious interest in this decision because I work on two of the experiments “involving neutrinos.”
In the article, the caption to the photo above indicates accurately says, “a life-size photo of a cross section of the Tevatron hangs in the CDF building at Fermilab.” Also in this photograph, the two long white objects in the foreground are part of a test stand for NOvA, one of the neutrino experiments. The lab’s present and future captured in a single image.
“I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of … all who are in authority” – I Timothy 2:1-2
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