SNO

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Discovery Chart

10.2.2000 00:00 Kitt Peak 111w36 31n57 observations 1


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The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) is a sensitive detector built under about 2 km of rock in a mine near Sudbury, Ontario. Completed in 1998, SNO consists of photomultiplier tubes around heavy water. In 2001 the SNO collaboration announced evidence that neutrinos oscillate.


Avastatud: 10-2-2000 Avastamiskoht: Kitt Peak Avastajad: Spacewatch

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