After years of searching, scientists finally trace high-energy neutrinos to a blazar

Thursday, July 12, 2018 - 10:20 in Astronomy & Space

Using a neutrino detector made of Antarctic ice, astronomers have for the first time pinpointed the source of a handful of high-energy neutrinos from far beyond our galaxy: a powerful blazar shining like a beacon from nearly 4 billion light-years away. The extragalactic neutrinos and their origins,...

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