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Two or three resources for live video September 10, 2008

Posted by dorigo in news, physics, science.
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Thanks to readers of this blog, I can offer a few links to streaming video on LHC that appear to be working:

On a different note, the beam has made a full counter-clockwise turn about half an hour ago. In a while, there will be attempts at circulating in the opposite direction.

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1. LHC: First circulating beam! « The Gauge Connection - September 10, 2008

[…] Blogosphere is rather active due to this. See the blog of Tommaso Dorigo that is there at CMS control room. Also Cosmic Variance has a real time report about this event. Tommaso’s blog has also some link to follow the event through video streaming (see here). […]

2. Amitabha - September 10, 2008

Ha! We here in Calcutta set up a room with projection and sound for the live feed, announced it to the entire institute and had the room chock-full with students to be a witness to a historic event, and what happens? No feed.

CERN should have set up a better server or given the links on the first beam page.😦😦

3. felipe - September 10, 2008

Hey Dorigo,

I think I just saw you on the live broadcast in the CMS control room.

Cheers.

4. dorigo - September 10, 2008

Dear Amitabha,
that’s too bad. I hope you could still set up some connection with the other broadcasts around the web.

Hi Felipe,
I doubt you saw me – I was not there this morning. I still have to go – my day shift today has been taken up by “experts”. I will be on shift tomorrow, when reporters will have already left the place for good.

Cheers,
T.

5. Simon - September 10, 2008

I had the same thing… I organised to project the live feed for my physics department, and couldn’t get anything for about an hour. Finally got connected to evo about 15 minutes before the first complete loop… that was good to see!


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