The Ice Cube Lab in Antarctica. Photo: National Science Foundation / Felipe Pedreros The Ice Cube Lab in Antarctica. Photo: National Science Foundation / Felipe Pedreros
The Ice Cube Lab in Antarctica. Photo: National Science Foundation / Felipe Pedreros
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Scientists trace path of ghostly neutrino particles striking Antarctica, from a black hole 3.7 billion light years away

‘One hundred billion neutrinos go through your thumbnail every second, but in all likelihood not a single one of them will ever hit an atom of your thumb in your lifetime’

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The Ice Cube Lab in Antarctica. Photo: National Science Foundation / Felipe Pedreros The Ice Cube Lab in Antarctica. Photo: National Science Foundation / Felipe Pedreros
The Ice Cube Lab in Antarctica. Photo: National Science Foundation / Felipe Pedreros
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