New subatomic particles predicted by Canadians found at CERN

Yay Canada. Well, kind of. Yay Canadian theorists. 

Two new subatomic particles whose existence was predicted by Canadian particle physicists have been detected at the world’s largest particle collider.

The discovery of the particles, known as Xi_b’- and Xi_b*-, were announced by CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research today and published online on the physics preprint server Arxiv.They have been submitted to the scientific journal Physical Review Letters.