Physicists at CERN just announced something massive was detected above the Large Hadron Collider. Today, we take a look at CERN and what was detected above the large hadron collider. The vastness of our universe and the space surrounding us leaves scientists with countless questions. They are constantly attempting to delve further into the unknown expanse that stretches endlessly past our atmosphere and discover what lies beyond the realm of our understanding. Since the large hadron collider first started up on September 10th 2008, it’s been at the center of many incredible discoveries. As mentioned on CERN’s website, it’s currently the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. The large hadron collider consists of a 27-kilometre ring of superconducting magnets. We take a look at these 3 recent discoveries.