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That said, not all are convinced that we need such a particle accelerator, especially when the project is expected to cost € 21 billion ($ 24 billion). Just because it is powerful does not mean that the FCC will ever find anything new. Sabine Hossenfelder, a theoretical physicist at the Frankfurt Institute of Advanced Studies, said Nature that money could be better spent on a radio telescope for the distant side of the moon. the need for a massive accelerator, there is no doubt that he will be able to study more closely known particles. This will not happen until 2040 at the earliest, though – CERN will continue to use the LHC for the next few decades and even plans to give it massive improvements.