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Ghost particle travels 750 million light-years, ends up buried under the Antarctic ice – Livescience.com

Why so late, little neutrino?

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For the first time ever, scientists have received mysteriously delayed signals from two supermassive black holes that snacked on stars in their vicinity. 
In the first case, a black hole weighing as much as 30 million suns located in a galaxy approximately 750 million light-years away gobbled up a star that passed too close to its edge. Light from the event was spotted in April 2019, but six months later a telescope in Antarctica
captured an extremely high-energy and ghostly particle a neutrino

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