Under the Earth Antarctic Observatory Unlocks New Era of Ghost Particle Astronomy

By Aazam

From 47 million light-years, the center of a black-hole-laden galaxy named NGC 1068 is sizzling out swaths of mysterious particles.

They streak by bright stars people are able to watch and zip past pockets of space teeming with marvels researchers have discovered

2 kilometers under the surface of Antarctica, lies the IceCube Neutrino Observatory Nestled into about 1 billion tons of ice.

The international team supporting this aspiring gadget confirmed it has found evidence of 79 high-energy neutrino emissions.

This marks an unparalleled beginning of the particle crank and opens the door for novel and types of physics.

Those are jaw-dropping figures because, in general, such ghostly bits are so powerful, yet evasive, that every second, trillions upon trillions of neutrinos puncture your body

One of these initial molecules has been neutrinos that inform the universe, but unfortunately, neutrinos are a very herculean task to detect

James Webb Space Telescope of NASA would have a leg up in this case owing to its infrared eyes, however neutrinos may be an even better way in.

IceCube's recent invention is, perhaps, a larger step forward for neutrino astronomers than the observatory's seminal one.