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The students built a special apparatus to aim the muon neutrino detectors correctly.
Given the neutrino's low mass and tendency not to interact, the idea of detecting one simply bumping into another particle seems almost ludicrous.
One of the reasons for the excitement over the new detector is that neutrinos are hard to detect, James said.
Physicists already know that neutrinos have some mass.
Most neutrinos are created inside the sun and other stars through nuclear fusion reactions.
But when a neutrino storm damages the craft and threatens the integrity of its atmosphere, Walter revives the crew—though the captain (James Franco) burns up in the risky procedure.
Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald were named co-laureates last year for discovering that the enigmatic subatomic particles known as neutrinos have mass.
The short version of the story is that CERN (in Switzerland) made some neutrinos to be detected in Italy.
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First Known Use: 1934See Words from the same year
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