Moon used as giant particle detector

Researchers hunting for the elusive neutrino typically trek to Antarctica, the Mediterranean, and Lake Baikal. But a growing number of projects are looking for the most energetic neutrinos by aiming radio telescopes at the moon.
If the efforts are successful, they might reveal the universe's most powerful particle accelerators or even evidence of exotic new physics.

Full story by Rachel Courtland on New Scientist



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