The new CEBAF Large Acceptance (CLAS) detector is taking shape in Experimental Hall B. Here, the CLAS12 torus magnet central hub (silver hexagonal pipe system) is installed, along with the red-and-black Forward Time-of-Flight detectors. This layer of detectors will measure the time of arrival of the particles produced in experiments, allowing physicists to identify them.
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