Multimessenger links to NASA's Fermi mission show how luck favors the prepared

A trio of researchers from CSIC-Universitat de València and Universitat de Barcelona has used data from the IceCube detector in Antarctica to measure Earth's mass. In their paper published in the journal Nature Physics, Andrea Donini, Sergio Palomares-Ruiz and Jordi Salvado describe using data describing neutrinos passing through the Earth to learn more about the interior of the planet. Véronique Van Elewyck with Paris Diderot University has written a News and Views piece on the work done by the team in the same journal issue.

Multimessenger links to NASA's Fermi mission show how luck favors the prepared

In 2017, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope played a pivotal role in two important breakthroughs occurring just five weeks apart. But what might seem like extraordinary good luck is really ...

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Phys.org

Multimessenger links to NASA's Fermi Mission show how luck favors the prepared, Thu 8 Nov 18 from SpaceDaily

Here's How Much the Earth Weighs in 'Ghostly' Neutrinos

As neutrinos pass through the planet, they offer new information on what it looks like inside.

Thu 8 Nov 18 from Livescience

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