Researchers think some neutrinos could be from outside solar system

05/15/2013 | New Scientist

Researchers at the South Pole IceCube neutrino observatory say they have detected 28 neutrinos between May 2010 and May 2012. They believe up to half of the neutrinos may have been created by cosmic rays hitting the upper atmosphere, and the remainder may be coming from outside the solar system. Scientists hope the discovery may help them better understand supernovae and pinpoint the source of cosmic rays.

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