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How do we know what is happening inside our beloved Sun? We can study the Sun’s interior through three different ways and one of them is through observations of solar neutrinos produced by the nuclear fusion that power the Sun. The nuclear fusion of proton and proton in the Sun produce deuterium, positron, neutrino that is responsible for almost 100% of … Continue reading Solar NeutrinosContinue reading → Continue reading
First of all, what is a neutrino? It’s an elementary particle, like an electron or a photon, but it hardly interacts with matter. In fact, billions of neutrinos pass through you every second, but you don’t feel them. This characteristic makes them hard to detect. It’s no wonder that, in recent history, scientists thought some […] Continue reading → Continue reading