Why neutrinos matter


The IceCube telescope in Antarctica searches for neutrinos from the across the universe



The neutrino is one of the tiniest and most elusive of the elementary particles that make up the universe.

Almost weightless and electrically neutral, they travel through most matter with ease.

If we can catch them, they can reveal information about the most distant reaches and extreme environments in the universe.

This video explains how the IceCube telescope in Antarctica is working to track these microscopic fugitives.

Curated content from the editorial staff at Cosmos Magazine.
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