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Popular tweets tagged with #BlazarNeutrino:
National Science Foundation @NSF🔁We caught it! NSF’s catches first high-energy neutrino in the Antarctic ice and telescopes around the world confirme twitter.com d it.
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Marcus Lower @astromelow🔁We caught it! NSF’s catches first high-energy neutrino in the Antarctic ice and telescopes around the world confirmed it.
Benjo Hilbrink @BenjoHilbrink1🔁A neutrino born around a black hole far outside our galaxy, travels across the universe only to be captured and detected in the Antarctic ice. Not bad, !
NASA Blueshift @NASAblueshift🔁What is a blazar? Blazars are galaxies with supermassive black holes at their centers. Material falls in, but some o twitter.com f it also gets shot out as jets of particles moving almost at the speed of light. Learn more:
KaellumEridani @KaellumEridani🔁This is a major in ! And the team has contributed to this exciting moment!
賢くて優しいブラックホールと、馬鹿で不器用で自己中な消滅しかけのティキティキミ @IFidj1WNGn3g2xW🔁What is a blazar? Blazars are galaxies with supermassive black holes at their centers. Material falls in, but some of it also gets shot out as jets of particles moving almost at the speed of light. Learn more:
Sarah 🏳️‍🌈 💖💜💙 @twinsunsfour🔁Hey everyone, new sonification :) We converted the gamma rays of the flaring blazar to music! Higher energy rays are higher pitched/louder. Thanks via
STL Garlo @stlgarlo🔁For the first time, scientists have traced an ultra-high-energy cosmic neutrino back to its source:
ꙮMantis Space Marine @emccoy_writer🔁Okay! I have coffee. I'm ready to talk & & why this is such a fun story.

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Marina Manganaro @marinamanganaro🔁 Again the Science paper in case you have missed that!
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#Blazarneutrino #MultimessengerAstronomy
Antogom @antogom1🔁. joins campaign to study source of high-energy neutrino detected by the observatory at the South Pole 💥➡️

Martin Branný @MajkBrann🔁Researchers have identified the source of high energy neutrinos: supermassive, star-gobbling black holes.

Tαιrα Sακακιβαrα🌏 @TairaSakakibara🔁On September 22, 2017, a neutrino with very high energy collided inside . Seconds later, automated alerts notified other telescopes and told them to look in the sky near Orion's left shoulder. Something interesting was happening.
Matt brown @navyseal442🔁The mystery of cosmic ray origins? contributed to opening the door to observe the universe in ways that would be impossible with light alone.
letizia davoli @letiziadavoli🔁Like the recent detections of by the NSF-funded facilities, the discovery shows that consistent investment in basic research pays off. Get inspired by today's announcement:
InfToE @inftoe🔁The experiment and uncover the extragalactic origin of an ultra high energy , suggesting that immense black holes at the hearts of galaxies are the engines that produce the most energetic cosmic rays.
University of Hawaii at Manoa @uhmanoa🔁Where do high energy come from? using , , and other have pinpointed one source.
Don't Be A Gun ︻╦╤─ @Occupy007🔁Why does a single neutrino cause such excitement? Check out this site to learn more:
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Barbara @BarbaraG🔁 scientists just announced new results about the origins of cosmic rays — super high-energy particles that constantly pelt Earth. Ask scientists behind the findings anything in this AMA!


Don't Be A Gun ︻╦╤─ @Occupy007🔁Breakthrough in the search for cosmic particle accelerators: scientists trace a single neutrino back to a galaxy billions of lightyears away

Image: DESY, Science Communication Lab
ballardhighbotany @ballardhighbot1🔁When a science teacher gets to see an actual neutrino detector! Summer teaching @SPSConnects twitter.com
MAGIC telescopes @MAGICtelescopes🔁Again the Science paper in case you have missed that!
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#Blazarneutrino #MultimessengerAstronomy
Derek Edwards @edwards_editor🔁A team of scientists discovers a source of high-energy cosmic neutrinos. Read more: go.msu.edu
The Univ. of Alabama @UofAlabama🔁The mystery of cosmic ray origins? contributed to opening the door to observe the universe in ways that would be imp twitter.com ossible with light alone.
Miss Muon @cosmic_lulu🔁similarities of and - both are lead by dreamers and explorers , both requires lots of drilling. might just have b twitter.com een discovered, hope Hyperloop dream comes true soon too. photo credits:
India Carlson @indypeony🔁When a science teacher gets to see an actual neutrino detector #BlazarNeutrino @NF @polarforum @uw_icecube
John Boguta @boguta🔁(1/2) A very nice paper by Kohta Murase and collaborators has given us reason to doubt the most straightforward interpretations of IceCube's () new result.


explorer @lifechaserz🔁 RT NASAblueshift: What is a blazar? Blazars are galaxies with supermassive black holes at their centers. Material falls in, but some of it also gets shot out as jets of particles moving almost at the speed of light. Learn more: …
Dave Dickinson 🌌🚀🔭🤘 @Astroguyz🔁A cosmic particle spewed from a distant galaxy strikes Earth astronomy.com Via - From TXS 0506+056 to Earth. There. Caught up. twitter.com
ばりん♪ @barin_moon🔁Since everyone is suddenly talking about - here's the unassuming optical view of TX 0506+056 from Kapteyn telescope (from which measurements are a tiny part of one graph in paper). for real!
Saira Anwer @SairaAnwer🔁The -led neutrino observatory , partnering with telescopes around the world, announced today their discovery of a source of cosmic rays, solving a century-old mystery of their origin.
Juan Miranda @jmirandav2🔁They finally confirmed a blazar as a source of high energy cosmic rays! In 1912 Victor Hess discovered cosmic rays, for more than a century the sourced of those charged particles remained unknown until today.
Linda Molnar @LindaKMolnar🔁Are you watching? Collaborative research using data from NSF’s in helps answer century-old question:
John Boguta @boguta🔁(2/2) The multi-wavelength spectrum does not appear to be compatible with models that can account for the neutrinos, at least within the context of simple, single zone models. Perhaps reality is more complicated?

Tαιrα Sακακιβαrα🌏 @TairaSakakibara🔁Our YouTube channel is a great resource for all things . Check it out:
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ScienceQuest @ScienceQuestDE🔁KM3NeT congratulates for their compelling evidence for high energy neutrinos being emitted by blazar TXS 0506+056. Exciting times ahead for !
Igor Carron @IgorCarron🔁An international team of scientists has found the first evidence of a source of high-energy cosmic neutrinos:
Divulgación Mexicana 🇲🇽 @DivulMex🔁In this illustration, a has interacted with a molecule of ice, producing a secondary particle -- a muon --that moves at relativistic speed in the ice, leaving a trace of blue light behind it. Learn more abt this amazing discovery:

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