Neutrino From Supermassive Black Hole in Another Galaxy Detected in Antarctica – ExtremeTech


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Neutrino From Supermassive Black Hole in Another Galaxy Detected in Antarctica
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It came from a supermassive black hole some 3.7 billion light years away, and then it collided with some ice in Antarctica. Neutrinos are created by radioactive decay in stars, during supernovae, or as matter spirals into a black hole. They have the
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