On Jan. 28, scientists of the KM3NeT Collaboration have announced KM3NeT 2.0, their ambition for the immediate future to further exploit the clear waters of the deep Mediterranean Sea for the detection of cosmic and atmospheric neutrinos.
Scientists working with the Major Atmospheric Gamma-ray Imaging Cherenkov (MAGIC ) observatory have reported the discovery of the most energetic pulsed emission radiation ever detected from the neutron star in the center of the supernova of 1,054 A.D., known as the Crab pulsar.
On 2015, November 26, a prototype telescope proposed for the Cherenkov Telescope Array, the Gamma-ray Cherenkov Telescope (GCT), recorded CTA’s first ever Cherenkov light while undergoing testing at l’Observatoire de Paris in Meudon, France.
In the early morning of 2015 December 3, scientists and engineers started the installation of KM3NeT. The first KM3NeT full detection unit is operational in deep sea near Sicily, Italy, at a depth of 3,500 m.
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