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Detectors for high-energy cosmic neutrinos are buried under the Antarctic ice

High energy neutrinos from the Universe’s far reaches carry clues to their mysterious sources

Prof. Eli Waxman.
For the first time, astrophysicists managed to observe a supernova from just 160 seconds after the event began
Gamma Ray Hide & Seek
Draping the earth and entire universe in a thin, ever-present veil, their origin remains one of the greatest puzzles of...
Weizmann Institute Astrophysicist Hot on the Tracks of a New
REHOVOT, Israel - January 12, 1998 - A new "strange" star is suspected to be lurking in...
Light Shed on Radiation from Outer Space

Could high-energy cosmic rays and gamma-ray bursts be produced in the same...

Mysterious Radiation Bursts Explained

Do mysterious gamma ray bursts take place at the death of neutron stars or at their birth?