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Cyclones’ inner lives revealed by invisible particles

Typhoon Soudelor photographed from the International Space Station

Typhoon Soudelor as seen from the International Space Station. The hidden structure of such storms can be probed with the help of fundamental particles called muons. Credit: Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group/Getty

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Nature 610, 608 (2022)



  1. Tanaka, H. K. M. et al. Sci. Rep. 12, 16710 (2022).

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