Neutrino that struck Antarctica traced to galaxy 3.7bn light years away - The Guardian
Neutrino that struck Antarctica traced to galaxy 3.7bn light years away
A mysterious, ghostly particle that slammed into Earth and lit up sensors buried deep beneath the south pole has been traced back to a distant galaxy that harbours an enormous spinning black hole. Astronomers detected the high-energy neutrino, a kind ...
Single subatomic particle illuminates mysterious origins of cosmic rays
In a cosmic first, scientists detect 'ghost particles' from a distant galaxy
Astronomers trace the source of a high-energy particle that slammed into Earth
Published on 12 Jul 2018 at 03:41PM