A barrier to colliding particles called muons has been smashed

Physicists have now cooled beams of the subatomic particles

muon collider tracking device

Physicists corralled particles called muons in a step toward building a muon collider, using a tracking device (shown) to determine the particles’ locations within a beam.


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