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Measuring neutrinos from a galaxy, far, far, away

Observing supernova relic neutrinos from the ‘big bang’ seems like an experiment from a galaxy, far, far, away. However, the Japanese Super-Kamiokande, the world’s largest water Cherenkov detector, can make these observations — but it needs refurbishing.

UWinnipeg physicist Dr. Blair Jamieson is currently in Japan as part of an exciting international consortium to help refurbish the Super-Kamiokande to help make observing relic neutrinos possible. Jamieson is undertaking this work as part of his proposal for joining the Super-Kamiokande collaboration.


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