How the data are presented.
If the detector is viewed as a circular cake, then the normal view is looking down on the cake. There can only be one normal view. However there could be many different slice views, all of which could help sort out the tracks. So for any one 3-dimensional image generated by the detector, we will be given 1 normal view. The question is 'Will there be multiple slice images presented for the same image?'. In keeping with the approach, us hunters won't be told when we see the same image but from a different angle.
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The name 'slice' is a little misleading, since this view is generated from a combination of the side and top views of the detector perpendicular to the beam direction. It's an artificial projection that allows us to reconstruct the location of a vertex in 3d when combined with the normal or zoomed in image, but it' is not what you would actually see if you cut a slice through ATLAS. So the short answer is no, there is only one unique slice image for each image.