Higgs Hunters Talk
Beauty in simplicity!
But wait - what made the energy reading, and green bar at the muon detector, at ~110°
Slice is ambivalent but normal view shows clearly vertex of white tracks.
What left so much energy in the "green" calorimeter at ~33°
I found vertices in slice view but normal view suggests all tracks originating from the centre (within a margin of error, I presume).
...higher deflection than other tracks; does not form part of the #ocv from which the other three red ones originate, IMHO.
Weird (normal view): Red track with initial "heading" 345° (same as red dashed line) appears just before first detector ring, shows...
What looks like a vertex in slice view does not in normal; probably a false positive, my bad.
Weird in normal view: Track at 280° seems to originate from centre undetected, disappears again.
(Add.) at 315° and ~313°
BTW: Green are muons tracks, right? Usually they cause [something] red in the outer (blue) detector ring? What are the other red marks then?
@alanbarr: ~220° just short of the second detector ring. It's red.
The #ocv at ~270° inside the inner detector ring was a guess, which appears to be supported by the slice image. May also be a three-way ocv.
About normal image: White tracks at ~358° and ~250° may originate from centre.
Uh, hello! Where do you come from, pretty pair in purple?
About the slice: Where is the impact point? Looks more like a comet slowly disintegrating.
Weird (slice view): Looks like the pair of white lines at ~80° and ~260° may originate from the centre.
Weird: Two off-centre trajectories not resulting from a vertex.