Henderson Mine Could Become Home to Physics Lab
Colorado's Henderson Mine, about 40 miles west of Denver, could help scientists solve some of the biggest mysteries out there. That's if the National Science Foundation chooses Henderson as the site of the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Lab, or DUSEL. Ryan Warner talks to two of the scientists pushing for Henderson, physics professors Bob Wilson and Chang Kee Jung. Wilson teaches at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Jung at Stony Brook University in New York.
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