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  • tashipoo by tashipoo

    go figure

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  • Dolorous_Edd by Dolorous_Edd

    #cosmicray hit?

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  • Mark_..._a_physicist_of_sorts by Mark_..._a_physicist_of_sorts

    liquid lunch for the computer?

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  • Ptd by Ptd

    Yes I've seen another one like this in talk, that one was believed to be a muon from space.

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  • kikozaur by kikozaur

    #missingmuon #dailyzoo

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  • ElisabethB by ElisabethB moderator

    Ooh, really like this one ! 😄 So, what is the explanation ?

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  • will.fawcett by will.fawcett scientist

    We cant say much about this without more information, but you can see some red 'towers; sticking our of the red part of the detector ...

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  • will.fawcett by will.fawcett scientist

    .. means some energy was left in the muon detectors (blue part of the detector). The red towers do appear to be at opposite ends so it is ..

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  • will.fawcett by will.fawcett scientist

    .. possible that this could be a neutral particle from a cosmic ray punching through the detector.

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  • ElisabethB by ElisabethB moderator

    Thanks ! 😄

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  • dragonbits by dragonbits

    #notracks #missingmuon

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  • tigerlily9 by tigerlily9

    8 missing muons? if so, add to turtorial as some seem to comment on such

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