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2 months ago
Cosmic Array at Splash Adelaide 2017 Winter • Stack • Hackaday.io

Cosmic Array Update

I'm currently assembling 30 detectors for a Cosmic Array at the Splash Adelaide 2017 Winter Festival in collaboration with a group of artist-musicians called

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2 months ago
The Oh My God Particle | Space Time

In 1991 a single atomic nucleus slammed into our atmosphere with the intensity of a macroscopic object. It’s been named The Oh My God Particle. Get your firs...

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2 months ago
March for Science Adelaide

We will meet for a rally at the upper terrace laws outside the SA Museum at 1pm tomorrow. These are the lawns on North Terrace that you can see here in this image.

We are pulling together a guest ... See more

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2 months ago
Colorado School of Mines EUSO-SPB - Home

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EUSO-SPB Mission to make the first observation of Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays with a fluorescence detector from suborbital space

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2 months ago
Cosmic Pi

A little video showing what we've been doing this evening. More tomorrow!

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2 months ago
Cosmic Array

Thought I'd submit my current project to this years Hackaday Prize 2017. It doesn't really fit the criteria but then looking at the other entries, I thought why not. If you are on Hackaday please ... See more

The aim of this detector project is to deploy many detectors across a park or landscape. So that an observer from a distance or walking amongst them will experience how cosmic rays arrive in showers ... See more

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3 months ago
New Underground Cosmic Ray Lab Created in Armenia

Physicists from Yerevan Physics Institute restarted experiments in an underground low-background laboratory with updated modern equipment.

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4 months ago
Mobile Neutrino Lab makes its debut

Carbon Hydrogen AntiNeutrino Detector with a Lithium Enhanced Raghavan-optical-lattice detector.

The Mystery Machine for particles hits the road.

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4 months ago
MUON - Cascading Light Sound/Projection Installation & Performance | Adelaide Fringe - 17 February - 19 March 2017

#Adelaide Artists and Musicians Sacred Resonance have created a mystical light-sound installation and performance for the Adelaide Fringe using live data from one of my Cosmic Ray detectors, happy I ... See more

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