Russia's underwater 'cosmic eye'

  peter99co 16:25 24 Sep 2010

At 1.1km beneath the surface of the world's deepest lake and pointing TOWARDS the centre of the Earth, it is one of the most unusual telescopes on the planet.

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  birdface 18:00 24 Sep 2010

What fantastic Pictures.

  Forum Editor 18:09 24 Sep 2010

that there are neutrino detectors in some other strange places - the arctic ice being one of them.

Whoops! 400 trillion neutrinos just went through me on there way to Australia via the centre of the earth. Weird little devils, neutrinos.

  Quickbeam 18:47 24 Sep 2010

Are those living spaces for the scientists better or worse than the Indian Games athletes village?

  Dragon_Heart 19:06 24 Sep 2010

.... they are in the process of moving one to a deep mine in the USA. I think the UK also has one.

The point is they are not 100% sure neutrino particles even exist.

" Whoops! 400 trillion neutrinos just went through me " Seeing as they have not even found one yet I think that's VERY OTT !

  peter99co 19:17 24 Sep 2010

They look like they might last longer.

  Quickbeam 19:43 24 Sep 2010

Are neutrinos more or less likely to stay in a basket than soup?

Well it is Friday...

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