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In a cosmic first, scientists detect 'ghost particles' from a distant galaxy
by Sarah Kaplan
The Washington Post Translate This Article
12 July 2018
On 12 July 2018 The Washington Post reported:
When the sun was young and faint and the Earth was barely formed, a gigantic black hole in a distant, brilliant galaxy spat out a powerful jet of radiation. That jet contained neutrinos -- subatomic particles so tiny and difficult to detect they are nicknamed 'ghost particles.' Four billion years later, at Earth's South Pole, 5,160 sensors buried more than a mile beneath the ice detected a single ghostly neutrino as it interacted with an atom. Scientists then traced the particle back to the galaxy that created it.
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