Neutrinos from space rain down from all directions

By tracking 35,000 high-energy particles, scientists find no single source

NEUTRINO CENTRAL  The IceCube Laboratory near the South Pole collects data from nearby underground sensors and picks out the detections most likely to have been triggered by neutrinos from deep space.

Sven Lidstrom, IceCube/NSF

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