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Physicists working in Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory turned off the predecessor of the Large hadron collider - Tevatron that for 28 years of work helped the scientists to make many discoveries. The farewell ceremony, which was broadcasted on the site Fermilab, was opened with a short speech of director of the laboratory of the Feast Oddon. His emotional speech reminded about the main stages of construction and operation of the accelerator, as well as the discoveries made with its help.

Physicists working in Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory turned off the predecessor of the Large hadron collider - Tevatron that for 28 years of work helped the scientists to make many discoveries. The farewell ceremony, which was broadcasted on the site Fermilab, was opened with a short speech of director of the laboratory of the Feast Oddon. His emotional speech reminded about the main stages of construction and operation of the accelerator, as well as the discoveries made with its help.

After that the two main detectors of the collider accelerator - CDF and D0 were turned off. Then Helen Edwards, one of those who took part in the design and construction of the accelerator, pushed a large red button, switching off the flow of protons and antiprotons, and then the blue button, which switches off the superconducting magnets of the collider. Sound alarm informed all present at the ceremony that the collider was turned off.

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The director of Fermilab thanked everyone, who provided the work of the collider and its computer systems, who worked on the detectors and analyzed data, those who made the discoveries possible. He congratulated everybody upon the fact that such a big work had been done so well. He also informed the public that with the completion of the work of the Tevatron, a new era had begun in Fermilab.

According to Oddon, now the main task of the laboratory would be the research in the field of high energy physics, such particles, as neutrinos, muons and K-mesons. He reminded, that the implementation of such projects as the experiment LBNE (Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiment) had already began. The essence of this experiment is that a beam of neutrinos generated in one of the settings Fermilab, would be fixed by the underground detector, located at a distance of about 1 thousand kilometers. In addition, the Project X - creation of the source of the beams of neutrinos possessing high and low energies, muons and K-mesons for different experiments around the world – will be realized in the laboratory soon.

Oddon added that applied researches on new nuclear technologies, in particular, in the sphere of recycling of nuclear waste, would be conducted on Fermilab.



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