For the first time, researchers have established a deep space source for these omnivorous sub-particle particles.
Success in the study of ground particles is called high energy neutrino which crosses the space, without making any tangle through people, planets and whole galaxies, scientists have a strange new way of expanding our understanding of the universe. sending out.
On Thursday the researchers said that for the first time they are located a deep space source for these ubiquitous sub-particle particles. They discovered high energy neutrino in deep ancient ice beneath the surface of Antarctica, and then brought their source back into a huge oval galaxy, in which a blazer with a large, fast spinning black hole on its origin is called Located 3.7 billion light-years from Earth. Orion constellation
The main poles were made at the Ice Cube Neutrinos Observatory at the South Pole in an American Scientific Research Center and then confirmed by land-based and telescopes in the classroom.
Astronomers have long highlighted electromagnetic observations – the study of light – but there are limitations in this approach because many aspects of the universe are uncertain using light alone.
The ability to use particles such as high-energy neutrinos in astronomy enables another strong test, as a confirmation of the waves in the space-time clay called gravitational waves, announced in 2016; another new boundary was opened in astronomy. This emerging area is called “multi-messenger astrophysicist”.
Albert physicist Darren Grant, spokesman for ice cube scientific cooperation, said, “Neutrinos provide us a new window to see the universe.” “In many ways, neutrinos are the ideal astronomical messengers of nature; they can essentially avoid their production site and can bring that information directly to the point of your identity in the universe.”
Conclusion In 1912, a mystery is solved on the source of subtropical particles, such as neutrinos and cosmic rays, which are dashed through the universe. It seems that they emerge from some of the most violent areas of the universe.
One of the researchers Penn State physicist Doug Coven said, “One hundred billion natures go through your thumbnails every second, but in all the possibilities, none of them will ever be killed at your nuclear thumb in your lifetime.” “It is right to say that we are all swimming in neutrinos.”
Wisconsin physicist and ice cube neutrino observatory chief scientist Francis Halzon said that high-energy neutrino is produced by the same source, which is seen in cosmic rays, the highest energy particles are ever seen, but vary in an important honor.
As charged particles, cosmic rays cannot be seen directly at their source because strong magnetic fields in space change their trajectory.
Neutrinos are electrically neutral, even uncontested by the strongest magnetic field, and rarely interact with matter, earn the nickname “ghost particle”. The direction from which they directly receive points on their original source.
The ice cube neutrinos detector includes 86 holes drilled 8,200 feet (2,500 meters) in Antarctic ice. Some 5,160 light sensors enter the smallest light of light produced during rare instances when neutrinos collide with the atomic nucleus in transparent ice. The main identification occurred on September 22, 2017, in which the neutrino finally returned to the blazer.
Scientists then determined that the other neutrinos previously found by ice cube were from the same source.
Not all neutrinos are high energy diversity. Lower-energy neutrino, for example, stars like Sun, is popularly produced in the fusion processes.
Grant said that blazers are probably not the only source for high-energy neutrino or high energy cosmic rays; Grant referred to the galactic nuclei, quasar, gamma rays, and some types of stellar blasts such as supernova, other objects and events.