Mysterious Cosmic Rays Shooting from the Ground in Antarctica Could Break Physics
NASA went searching for micro black holes in Antarctica. Instead, it detected cosmic rays shooting from the ground and some physicists think it could be evidence of a supersymmetric particle.
Antarctic IceCube Experiment Comes Up Empty on Neutrino Ghost Hunt
Sterile neutrinos, a once-promising dark matter candidate, just might not exist.
Why Neutrino Detectors Look So Damn Cool
Brilliant arrays of golden photomultiplier tubes amount to astrophysical ghost detectors.
A Hint of Dark Matter Lies Deep Underground in Minnesota
Make some popcorn, physics-spotters. We're just getting started.
Trapped Under Ice: Looking for Dark Matter in Antarctica
Almost everyone in astronomy has the utmost confidence in this thing called dark matter: it explains how galaxies behave, temperature fluctuations in the Cosmic Microwave Background, and a number of related things too technical to explain here. It's...