Japan’s super-k project aims to research elusive neutrino particles
Geplaatst op 11 december 2009 - 16:46
One of the most elaborate science experiments ever attempted, involving a vast underground cavern, 50,000 tonnes of ultra-pure water and thousands of light sensitive detectors got under way began yesterday. Its aim? To capture the neutrino, an elusive particle that has frustrated scientists for decades
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