Tuesday, December 20, 2011

One-Minute Physics: How to detect a neutrino

Neutrinos are hard to detect: since they don't interact with light, they literally can't be seen. So how can they be spotted? In our latest One-Minute Physics animation, producer Henry Reich illustrates a technique for getting a glimpse of these subatomic particles as well as highlighting their weird properties.
If you enjoyed this video, don't miss previous animations in this series, such as how wind can take down a bridge or how to weigh money with your mind.


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