`Taking An X Ray Picture Of Our Universe'
Subatomic particles called neutrinos come from inside such violent environments in space as black holes, quasars, and pulsars. Now, these rare, minute particles could open a window into the great beyond. That's because physicist Francis L. Halzen of the University of Wisconsin in Madison has found a way to chart neutrinos that "will be like taking an X-ray picture of our universe."
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