Not that I am promoting any buying of “derivatives” from the discovery of the Higgs boson but there is some interesting (free) images and free access to a PDF booklet, which includes the two published articles in Physics Letters B by ATLAS and CMS:
Worth a look
In the wake of this week Higgs discovery announcement, here is an amazing sets of 34 photographs of the LHC and the detector apparatus at CERN from The Atlantic: In Focus – The Fantastic Machine That Found the Higgs Boson – The Atlantic.
As a physicist, it is difficult not to get excited. CERN has issued a Press Release in which it states that both experiments (ATLAS and CMS) has observed a signal consistent with a new boson in the 126 GeV mass range – right where the Higgs boson is expected. The strength of the signal is at the 5 sigma level (only 1 chance out of 1 744 278 to be consistent with only random fluctuation), which is considered a true positive for particle discovery