In Run 1, the luminosity measurement at CMS was based on the HF occupancy measurement (HFOC). Details on the systematic uncertainties for run 1 corresponding to the normalization constant can be found in PAS LUM13001.
The luminosity is calibrated using separation scans first pioneered by Simon van der Meer at the ISR. These "van der Meer scans" allow for determination of the absolute luminosity as a function of beam parameters and so can be used to develop a calibration for the individual luminometers. For more documentation on the procedure and its systematic uncertainties, please see the LUM POG physics results page.
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonproton collisions at a 13.6 TeV centerofmass energy in 2022. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies). Note that the special runs at injection energy (450 GeV) are not included in these plots.
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2022
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered. Note that this plot may not include data taken within the most recent 24 hours. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2022

Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2022
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2022
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2022
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2022
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
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Average pileup in 2022
Mean number of interactions per bunch crossing for the 2022 pp run at 13.6 TeV, using the online luminosity values. The plot uses the "LHC standard" value of 80 mb, which is taken from the theoretical prediction from Pythia and should be used to compare to other LHC experiments. It has been decided in the LHC community leave this value the same as in Run2 even though the energy in Run3 is slightly increased. 
The raw data used to generate these plots (pp runs at nominal energy only) can be found in CSV form here.
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonproton collisions at a 13 TeV centerofmass energy in 2018. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies). Note that the special runs at injection energy (450 GeV) are not included in these plots.
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2018
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered. These plots use the approved physics calibration for the 2018 pp run (LUM18002). Note that this plot may not include data taken within the most recent 24 hours. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2018
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2018
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2018
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2018
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2018
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
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Average pileup in 2018
Mean number of interactions per bunch crossing for the 2018 pp run at 13 TeV, using the online luminosity values. The two plots shown here use the same data but with different values assumed for the minimum bias cross section. The left plot uses the "CMS recommended" value of 69.2 mb, which is determined by finding the best agreement with data and is recommended for CMS analyses. The right plot uses the "LHC standard" value of 80 mb, which is taken from the theoretical prediction from Pythia and should be used to compare to other LHC experiments. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams in the leadlead run at a 5.02 TeV centerofmass energy per nucleon ("HI run") in 2018. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2018
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered during the 5.02 TeV/nucleon PbPb HI run in 2018. These plots use the current best preliminary offline calibrations. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2018
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2018
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonproton collisions at a 13 TeV centerofmass energy in 2017. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies). Please note: These plots include the special lowpileup running period at the end of the year (Run2017H). They do not include the 5 TeV run prior to that (Run2017G), which is below.
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2017
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered. This plot uses the approved physics calibration for the 2017 pp run (LUM17004). 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2017
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2017
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2017
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2017
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2017
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
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Average pileup in 2017
Mean number of interactions per bunch crossing for the 2017 pp run at 13 TeV. The two plots shown here use the same data but with different values assumed for the minimum bias cross section. The left plot uses the "CMS recommended" value of 69.2 mb, which is determined by finding the best agreement with data and is recommended for CMS analyses. The right plot uses the "LHC standard" value of 80 mb, which is taken from the theoretical prediction from Pythia and should be used to compare to other LHC experiments. 
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Average pileup in 2017 lowpileup run
Mean number of interactions per bunch crossing for the 2017 pp run with low pileup conditions (Run2017H) at 13 TeV. The left plot uses the "CMS recommended" value of 69.2 mb, which is determined by finding the best agreement with data and is recommended for CMS analyses. The right plot uses the "LHC standard" value of 80 mb, which is taken from the theoretical prediction from Pythia and should be used to compare to other LHC experiments. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams in the protonproton "reference run" at a 5.02 TeV centerofmass energy in 2017. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV pp, 2017
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered during the 5.02 TeV pp reference run in 2017. This plot uses the current offline preliminary calibration for the 5 TeV run. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV pp, 2017
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 5 TeV pp, 2017
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Average pileup in the 5 TeV pp, 2017 run
Mean number of interactions per bunch crossing for the 5 TeV pp, 2017 run (Run2017G). The cross section is taken to be 65 mb. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonproton collisions at a 13 TeV centerofmass energy in 2016. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2016
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered. This measurement uses the best available offline measurement and calibrations. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2016
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2016
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2016
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2016
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2016
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
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Average pileup in 2016
Mean number of interactions per bunch crossing for the 2016 pp run at 13 TeV. The two plots shown here use the same data but with different values assumed for the minimum bias cross section. The left plot uses the "CMS recommended" value of 69.2 mb, which is determined by finding the best agreement with data and is recommended for CMS analyses. The right plot uses the "LHC standard" value of 80 mb, which is taken from the theoretical prediction from Pythia and should be used to compare to other LHC experiments. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonlead collisions at a 8.16 TeV centerofmass energy per nucleon in 2016. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 8 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2016
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered during the 8.16 TeV/nucleon pPb run in 2016. This plot uses the approved physics calibration for this run. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 8 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2016
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 8 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2016
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonlead collisions at a 5.02 TeV centerofmass energy per nucleon in 2016. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2016
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered during the 5.02 TeV/nucleon pPb run in 2016. This measurement uses the values published online by CMS. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2016
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2016
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonproton collisions at a 13 TeV centerofmass energy in 2015. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2015
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered. These measurements use the approved calibration documented in CMS PAS LUM15001. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2015
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2015
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2015
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2015
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2015
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
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Average pileup in 2015
Mean number of interactions per bunch crossing for the 2015 pp run at 13 TeV. The two plots shown here use the same data but with different values assumed for the minimum bias cross section. The left plot uses the "CMS recommended" value of 69.2 mb, which is determined by finding the best agreement with data and is recommended for CMS analyses. The right plot uses the "LHC standard" value of 80 mb, which is taken from the theoretical prediction from Pythia and should be used to compare to other LHC experiments. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams in the protonproton run at a 5.02 TeV centerofmass energy ("reference run") in 2015. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV pp, 2015
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered during the 5.02 TeV pp reference run in 2015. These measurements use the approved calibration documented in CMS PAS LUM16001. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV pp, 2015
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 5 TeV pp, 2015
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams in the leadlead run at a 5.02 TeV centerofmass energy per nucleon ("HI run") in 2015. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2015
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered during the 5.02 TeV/nucleon PbPb HI run in 2015. This measurement uses a preliminary calibration. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2015
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2015
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Delivered luminosity versus time for 20102012, 20152018, and 2022 (pp data only)
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered to CMS during stable beams for pp collisions at nominal centerofmass energy. This is shown for datataking in 2010 (green), 2011 (red), 2012 (blue), 2015 (purple), 2016 (orange), 2017 (light blue), 2018 (navy blue), and 2022 (brown). These plots use the best available offline calibrations for each year. 
As the first plot, but with all years plotted on the same range. 
Cumulative delivered and recorded luminosity versus time for 20102012, 20152018, and 2022 (pp data only)
Delivered and recorded luminosity cumulative over all years during stable beams for pp collisions at nominal centerofmass energy. 
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As the first plot, but with each year starting at the endpoint of the previous year. 
Peak luminosity versus time for 20102012 and 20152018 (pp data only)
Peak luminosity versus day delivered to CMS during stable beams and for pp collisions. This is shown for datataking in 2010 (green), 2011 (red), 2012 (blue), 2015 (purple), 2016 (orange), 2017 (light blue), 2018 (navy blue), and 2022 (brown). 
As above, but with time periods where the LHC was not operating excluded from the plot. 
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Delivered luminosity versus time for 20152018 and 2022 (pp data only)
As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2) and √s = 13.6 TeV data from 2022 (Run 3). These plots use the final approved physics calibrations for all years. 
As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2) and √s = 13.6 TeV data from 2022 (Run 3). 
Cumulative delivered and recorded luminosity versus time for 20152018 and 2022 (pp data only)
As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2) and √s = 13.6 TeV data from 2022 (Run 3). 
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As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2) and √s = 13.6 TeV data from 2022 (Run 3).  As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2) and √s = 13.6 TeV data from 2022 (Run 3).  As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2) and √s = 13.6 TeV data from 2022 (Run 3). 
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Delivered luminosity versus time for 20152018 (pp data only)
As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2). These plots use the final approved physics calibrations for all years. 
As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2). 
Cumulative delivered and recorded luminosity versus time for 20152018 (pp data only)
As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2). 
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As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2).  As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2).  As above, but only with √s = 13 TeV data from 20152018 (Run 2). 
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Interactions per crossing (pileup) for 20112012 and 20152018 and 2022
Distribution of the average number of interactions per crossing (pileup) for pp collisions in 2011 (red), 2012 (blue), 2015 (purple), 2016 (orange), 2017 (light blue), 2018 (navy blue), and 2022 (brown). The overall mean values and the minimum bias cross sections are also shown. These plots use only data that passed the "golden" certification (i.e., all CMS subdetectors were flagged to be ok for any kind of usage in physics analysis), and the "LHC standard" values for the minimum bias cross sections, which are taken from the theoretical prediction from Pythia and should be used to compare to other LHC experiments. 
Interactions per crossing (pileup) for 20112012 and 20152018 and 2022, stacked plot
As the left plot, but with the distributions for each year stacked above the previous years. 
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Interactions per crossing (pileup) for 20152018 and 2022
Distribution of the average number of interactions per crossing (pileup) for pp collisions in 2015 (purple), 2016 (orange), 2017 (light blue), 2018 (navy blue), and 2022 (brown). The overall mean values and the minimum bias cross sections are also shown. These plots use only data that passed the "golden" certification (i.e., all CMS subdetectors were flagged to be ok for any kind of usage in physics analysis), and the "LHC standard" values for the minimum bias cross sections, which are taken from the theoretical prediction from Pythia and should be used to compare to other LHC experiments. 
Interactions per crossing (pileup) for 20152018 and 2022, stacked plot
As the left plot, but with the distributions for each year stacked above the previous years. 
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Interactions per crossing (pileup) for 20152018
As the first plot, but with the distributions shown as solid histograms and including only Run 2 (13 TeV) data. The overall mean values and the minimum bias cross sections are also shown. 
Peak interactions per crossing versus time for 20102012 and 20152018 (pp data only)
Peak interactions per crossing versus time for pp collisions (includes special runs), with each point representing a fill. This is shown for datataking in 2010 (green), 2011 (red) and 2012 (blue) on the top plot and 2015 (purple), 2016 (orange), 2017 (light blue), and 2018 (navy blue) on the bottom plot. 
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Delivered luminosity versus time for 20152018 (PbPb data only)
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered to CMS during stable beams for PbPb collisions at nominal centerofmass energy. This is shown for datataking in 2015 (purple) and 2018 (navy blue). 
Cumulative delivered and recorded luminosity versus time for 20152018 (PbPb data only)
Delivered and recorded luminosity cumulative over all of Run 2 (20152018) during stable beams for pp collisions at nominal centerofmass energy. 
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Delivered protonequivalent luminosity versus time for 20152018 (PbPb+pPb data)
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered to CMS during stable beams for PbPb and pPb collisions at nominal centerofmass energy. This is shown for datataking in 2015 (purple), 2016 (orange) and 2018 (navy blue). This plot shows the protonequivalent luminosity; that is, the values for the PbPb data have been scaled by A^{2}=208^{2} and the values for the pPb data have been scaled by A=208. 
As the first plot, but with all years plotted on the same range. 
Cumulative delivered and recorded protonequivalent luminosity versus time for 20152018 (PbPb+pPb data)
As the first plot, but with all years cumulated together and showing delivered and recorded luminosity. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonlead collisions at a 5.02 TeV centerofmass energy per nucleon in 2013. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2013
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered for the 5.02 TeV/nucleon pPb run. These plots use the CMS online luminosity (HFOC). 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2013
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2013
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2013
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week for the 5.02 TeV/nucleon pPb run. These plots use the CMS online luminosity (HFOC). 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2013
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 5 TeV/nucleon pPb, 2013
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams in the protonproton run at a 2.76 TeV centerofmass energy in 2013. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2.76 TeV pp, 2013
Cumulative luminosity versus day delivered during the 2.76 TeV pp lowenergy run in 2013. These plots use the CMS online luminosity (HFOC). 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2.76 TeV pp, 2013
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2.76 TeV pp, 2013
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonproton collisions at a 8 TeV centerofmass energy in 2012. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2012
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2012
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2012
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2012
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2012
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2012
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
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Average pileup in 2012
Mean number of interactions per bunch crossing for the 2012 pp run at 8 TeV. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonproton collisions at a 7 TeV centerofmass energy in 2011. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2011
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2011
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2011
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2011
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2011
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2011
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonlead collisions at a 2.76 TeV centerofmass energy per nucleon in 2011. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
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Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2.76 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2011
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered for the 2.76 TeV/nucleon PbPb run. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2.76 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2011
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2.76 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2011
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
pdf version of the above plot logarithmic yscale version: png pdf alternative color scheme, linear yscale: png pdf alternative color scheme, logarithmic yscale: png pdf 
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Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2.76 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2011
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week for the 2.76 TeV/nucleon PbPb run. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2.76 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2011
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2.76 TeV/nucleon PbPb, 2011
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
These plots show the measured luminosity delivered by the LHC to CMS (blue) and recorded by CMS (orange) during stable beams and for protonproton collisions at a 7 TeV centerofmass energy in 2010. The delivered luminosity includes the time from the start of stable beams until the beam is dumped by the LHC (or stable beams end for other reasons, for example for beam studies).
pdf version of the above plot logarithmic yscale version: png pdf alternative color scheme, linear yscale: png pdf alternative color scheme, logarithmic yscale: png pdf 
pdf version of the above plot logarithmic yscale version: png pdf alternative color scheme, linear yscale: png pdf alternative color scheme, logarithmic yscale: png pdf 
pdf version of the above plot logarithmic yscale version: png pdf logarithmic yscale version: png pdf alternative color scheme, linear yscale: png pdf alternative color scheme, logarithmic yscale: png pdf 
Cumulative daybyday integrated luminosity, 2010
Cumulative measured luminosity versus day delivered. 
Daybyday integrated luminosity, 2010
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak daybyday instantaneous luminosity, 2010
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a daybyday basis. 
pdf version of the above plot logarithmic yscale version: png pdf alternative color scheme, linear yscale: pngpdf alternative color scheme, logarithmic yscale: png pdf 
pdf version of the above plot logarithmic yscale version: png pdf alternative color scheme, linear yscale: png pdf alternative color scheme, logarithmic yscale: png pdf 
pdf version of the above plot logarithmic yscale version: png pdf alternative color scheme, linear yscale: png pdf alternative color scheme, logarithmic yscale: png pdf 
Cumulative weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2010
Cumulative measured luminosity versus week. 
Weekbyweek integrated luminosity, 2010
As the first plot, but not cumulative. 
Peak weekbyweek instantaneous luminosity, 2010
Peak instantaneous luminosity on a weekbyweek basis. 
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