Powerful neutrino that slammed into Antarctica may be from galaxy 9 billion light years away

Tiny particles that struck Antarctica years ago came from outside our galaxy, puzzling scientists hoping to unlock clues about the universe. Now, scientists think the source might be the center of a bright, violent galaxy some 9 billion light years away. Read Full Article at RT.com

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