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The Big Bang Machine: CERN - The European Organisation for Nuclear Research
Year: 2009
Run-Time: 1 x 44 min.

Directed by Gert Baldauf

Gert Baldauf in association with ORF
Available worldwide

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED)
Format: 16:9

The Big Bang Machine: CERN - The European Organisation for Nuclear Research

Die Urknallmaschine: CERN - das Europäische Zentrum für Kernforschung

CERN is Europe's organisation for nuclear research. Particles are accelerated to almost the speed of light in this gigantic structure, then made to collide and split into even smaller particles. However, public opinion is also split on this project. Antimatter has already been generated here, and sceptics fear that black holes might be produced. Is there a possibility of endangering the world by seeking to find out more about how it was created? The Austrian scientist Norbert Frischauf has worked at CERN for many years. With him it was possible to gain access to the fascinating core of the world's largest research centre, to obtain an insight into the scientists' work and to complete a crash course in particle physics.

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