Could this help us to unravel the mysteries of the universe?

The IceCube looks for neutrinos beneath the surface of Antarctic ice, and ultimately led scientists to a quasar 9.1bn light years from Earth. Image: REUTERS/Pauline Askin

Sergei Gulyaev

Professor of Astronomy, Auckland University of Technology

Ivy Shih

Editor, The Conversation


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