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The Age of Neutrino Astronomy Approaches

How a single neutrino points to the future of astronomy

The Southern Lights rain down on the Ice Cube Observatory. Credit: Patrick Cullis, NSF

Neutrinos are elusive creatures. Of the trillions that pass through the Earth every day, our detectors pick up little more than a handful. Most of those we do find come from nearby places: from the Sun, from the atmosphere or from human technology here on Earth. Yet, every so often, we pick up one or…

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Alastair Williams

Alastair Williams

Exploring the relationship between humanity and science | Physicist | Satellite Operations Manager | https://www.thequantumcat.space/

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