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Undersea Telescope Second in Size to the Great Wall to Search for Elusive Neutrinos and Dark Matter

The search for elusive neutrinos from distant astrophysical sources like gamma ray bursters at the Galactic Center (aaabove), supernovae or colliding stars and dark matter in the Universe. will soon get a huge boost from the gigantic KM3NeT telescope, currently...
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