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Neutrino physics

What makes the Sun shine

Nature volume 512, pages 378380 (28 August 2014) | Download Citation

Neutrinos produced in the nuclear reaction that triggers solar-energy generation have been detected. This milestone in the search for solar neutrinos required a deep underground detector of exceptional sensitivity. See Article p.383

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  1. Wick Haxton is in the Physics Department, University of California, Berkeley, and the Nuclear Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, California 94720, USA.

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