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Visitors can talk to some of the world’s most advanced androids, learn how the subatomic particle neutrino is observed, or enjoy large-scale image programs in the 112-seat spherical Dome Theater.
But technology has overcome the neutrino’s aversive nature and opened up a new window onto the universe.
One is the IceCube cosmic neutrino detector; the second is LIGO.
That force is so feeble that a typical neutrino, subject only to its suggestions, will pass through a light year of lead unscathed.
Astronomers have also used neutrino and cosmic ray observations to learn about the universe.
In 2014, a Japanese and a Canadian shared the physics prize for studies that proved that the elementary particles called neutrinos have mass.
One is the IceCube cosmic neutrino detector
Nearly massless and hardly interacting with other matter, neutrinos come in three types—electron, muon, and tau—depending on the particle interactions in which they are born.
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First Known Use: 1934See Words from the same year
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physics : a particle that is smaller than an atom and that has no electrical charge
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