Neutrino Astronomy

We are educated some further things about the cosmos beyond the solar system by sighting cosmic rays, which are mostly prepared of either atomic nuclei minus their orbiting electrons, or one of their basic components, protons. But these positively charged particles don’t point to their place of origin due to the magnetic fields of our galaxy which affect their flight paths like a magnet affects iron filings. The total number of elementary particles in the cosmos, and these neutral weakly interacting particles arisen to us almost without any trouble straight from their sources, traveling at very close to the speed of light. A with low energy of neutrino in flight would not notice a barrier of lead 50 light years thick. When we are able to see out in neutrino light we will undoubtedly get a amazing new view of the universe.

  • Neutrinos in the Universe
  • Stellar Neutrinos
  • High Energy Cosmic Neutrinos
  • Implications for the Fate of the Universe
  • Detection experiments

Related Conference of Neutrino Astronomy

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2nd International Conference on Atomic and Nuclear Physics

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2nd International Conference on Astrophysics and Particle Physics

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3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics

Rome,Italy
Sept 17-18, 2018

Material Physics 2018

Vancouver, Canada
September 17-18, 2018

4th International Conference on Physics

Berlin, Germany

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