You Can Now Explore the Large Hadron Collider on Street ViewS

Google Street View is a great way to explore parts of the world you've never visited. And thanks to Google's European team, it's now one of the easiest ways to explore a facility you're not exactly allowed to just stroll through whenever you want. Google's panoramic cameras were given access to CERN's Large Hadron Collider, letting anyone poke around the gigantic machinery and the facility's endless network of tunnels.

If you've been following the design, construction, and work being done at the LHC facility over the past decade, you owe it to yourself to spend a few minutes exploring what is arguably one of the greatest science experiments mankind has ever conducted. And keep your eyes peeled for that Higgs Boson, there are rumors it was last spotted in the cafeteria. [Google Europe Blog via The Verge]

You Can Now Explore the Large Hadron Collider on Street ViewS

You Can Now Explore the Large Hadron Collider on Street ViewS

You Can Now Explore the Large Hadron Collider on Street ViewS

You Can Now Explore the Large Hadron Collider on Street ViewS