Early tests pave the way for a giant neutrino detector

Using a house-sized prototype, physicists traced the path of charged particles

prototype detector

COMING SOON  A prototype detector (shown), built to test technology for the DUNE neutrino experiment, has detected its first particle tracks.

CERN

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