The hadron-colliding FCC would aim at tesla magnets based on the superconducting alloy Nb3Tn, which would be twice as powerful as the LHC while in principle requiring only slightly warmer temperatures. China on the other hand is pushing for more advanced—but less proven—iron-based superconductors that could push temperatures even higher.
Even if particle physicists agree that the world needs a kilometer collider, it is unclear whether it needs two. Whichever side gets such a project going first will probably pre-empt efforts on the other side.
Either collider would host experiments open to the broader international community, Wang says, so scientifically it will not make a difference which one ends up being built. Davide Castelvecchi is a senior reporter at Nature in London covering physics, astronomy, mathematics and computer science.
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