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Farewell to the Tevatron

The top U.S. particle collider, now eclipsed by a more powerful European machine, will be switched off September 30

Waiting for the Higgs

Even as the last protons spin through the most successful particle accelerator in history, physicists hope to conjure one final triumph

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The Tevatron: Three Decades of Discovery

Notable events from the 32-year history of Fermilab's Tevatron, which reigned as the world's most powerful collider for years

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The Discovery of the Top Quark [From the Archive]

Finding the sixth quark involved the world's most energetic collisions and a cast of thousands

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