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Volume 68, Issue 5, May 2015

cover: During a two-year shutdown of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), workers at CERN carried out tests, repairs, and upgrades to ready the world’s most powerful accelerator for higher-energy collisions. On 10 April, two beams of 6.5-TeV protons began countercirculating around the 27-km-long ring, and soon full-on 13-TeV collisions are to begin. Magnets in the accelerator tunnel are shown here. For more on the LHC upgrade and the anticipated science, turn to the story on page 20. (Photo courtesy of CERN.)

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