London: New version of Large Hadron Collider is all set to probe even deeper than "God particle" and solve mysteries around dark matter and dark energy as it switches back at double power.
CERN's Large Hadron Collider would be switched back on in March, hoping that a 97 million pounds upgrade could push it to even greater discoveries, after it found the "God particle" in 2012, the Independent reported.
The second three year run of the huge atom smasher would begin in March 2015. The Large Hadron Collider has been switched off since its last run finished in 2012.
It was being cooled back down ready for the switch on, and was almost at its operating temperature of 1.9 degrees above absolute zero, or about minus 271.25 degrees Celsius.
Scientists are also testing out the equipment and earlier in December activated one of the magnets required to fire atoms around the collider.