Neutrinos: messengers from the high-energy Universe - Jenni Adams, University of Canterbury
Paige Mélisande LeComer
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A neutrino is an "almost nothing" particle. It has an almost negligible mass and no electric charge, but it is one of the fundamental particles that make up the Universe - 100,000,000,000 neutrinos from the sun will pass through your finger nail every second.

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