Researcher discusses IceCube neutrino sensor array

About 3.7 billion years ago, when life was just beginning to take hold on this planet, a neutrino was thrown out of a blazar and launched towards Earth and it just landed. The ghostly particle was detected by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctica and traced back to its distant point of origin with NASA's Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope, helping to confirm the most distant source of neutrinos ever identified... Continue Reading Fermi Telescope locates extragalactic source of "ghost particles" Category: Space Tags: Antarctic Fermi Galaxy NASA Neutrino Particle physics Telescope Related Articles: South Pole turned into giant neutrino detector "CUORE" experiment seeks to get to the heart of the matter and antimatter Undersea neutrino observatory to be second-largest human structure

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