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Scientists didn't detect a parallel universe in Antarctica. But they are learning more about mysterious, ghostly neutrinos
by Ashley Strickland, CNN
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27 May 2020
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Even though we can't see them, we live our lives surrounded by neutrinos. These tiny, high-energy cosmic particles are often referred to as 'ghostly' because they are extremely volatile, or vaporous, particles that can pass through any kind of matter without changing. Neutrinos have almost no mass and can travel through the most extreme environments, like stars, planets, and entire galaxies, and not change their structure at all. ... Data collected by detectors in Antarctica and teams of devoted scientists have suggested new insights about neutrinos, as well as some anomalies that can't be explained.
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