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Icebound telescope probes the Universe

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Starlyte

The first ever map of the neutrino sky has been produced by a novel telescope encased in ice at the South Pole.

From beneath the Antarctic ice, astronomers have been able to detect neutrinos - particles that trace the most violent events in the cosmos, many of them yet to be explained.

Sensors in the ice have detected the rare and fleeting flashes of light caused when neutrinos interact with the ice.

Researchers say it is just the beginning in the opening of a new window on the Universe. Past experience has shown that when new technologies like this are developed, many surprises emerge.

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Homer

Excellent article starlyte original.gif

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