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Event Displays from 2009 Collision Data

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The main Event Display Public Page gives an overview on all available public event displays.

Events at 2.36 TeV Centre-of-Mass Energy

Display of a 2-jet candidate, taken on December 8th, with uncalibrated transverse energies of 23 GeV and 16 GeV, and pseudo-rapidities of -2.1 and 1.4, respectively.
Display of an event with jets, taken on December 14th at 2.36 TeV.
A different view of the previous event, taken on December 14th.

Events at 900 GeV Centre-of-Mass Energy

First collision event observed
Atlantis view of the first selected collision event observed on Monday 23 November. Note that the solenoid was off.
VP1 view of the same first event with lego plot inset. Note that the solenoid was off.
VP1 view of the same first event with ID zoom view inset. Note that the solenoid was off.
First collision fill
VP1 view of another collision event from the first colliding beam fill on Monday 23 November. Solenoid off.
 
Early two jet candidate
VP1 view of an early two-jet candidate, taken in the evening of Monday 23 November. Solenoid off.
Atlantis view of the same event, showing the calorimeter energy deposits in the region of the jets. Solenoid off.
 
Stable beams
Atlantis view of early collision event with ID fully on (6 December, 10am).
Atlantis view of the same collision event with ID fully on, zoomed out to show calorimeter energy deposits. In the ID, only hits on tracks are shown.
 
Muon candidates
Candidate for a single muon (6 December morning). Note that the toroids are off.
Candidate dimuon event (6 December morning). Note that the toroids are off.
Same event - Persint view. Note that the toroids are off.
 
Jets
Event with jets in the barrel part of the detector (8 December). Solenoid is off. Uncalibrated jet energies are approximately 37 GeV.
Same event, Atlantis view, showing energy deposits in calorimeters.
 
V0 candidate
Candidate KS decay into two pions (6 December).
 
Pile-up candidate
Collision event with two reconstructed primary vertices: a candidate for two proton-proton collisions in the same beam crossing ("pile-up").
 
Events with relatively high multiplicity
Two collision events with relatively high numbers of reconstructed tracks: tracks shown have pT>500 MeV. Only tracking detector hits on tracks are shown. Small displays at right show hits in the minimum-bias trigger scintillators (MBTS).


Major updates:
-- DaveCharlton 18 December 2009

Responsible: AndreasHoecker, BeateHeinemann, MichaelHauschild
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