1. Ghost particle from shredded star reveals cosmic particle accelerator  Phys.org
  2. Swift Links Neutrino to Star-destroying Black Hole  NASA Goddard
  3. Ghost Particle From Star Shredded by Black Hole Reveals Cosmic Particle Accelerator  SciTechDaily
  4. Ghost particle that slammed into Antarctica traced back to black hole feast  CNET
  5. NASA's Swift Helps Tie Neutrino to Star-shredding Black Hole  NASA
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Tracing back a ghostly particle to a shredded star, scientists have uncovered a gigantic cosmic particle accelerator. The subatomic particle, called a neutrino, was hurled towards Earth after the doomed ...

Ghost particle from shredded star reveals cosmic particle accelerator

A team of scientists has detected the presence of a high-energy neutrino — a particularly elusive particle — in the wake of a star's destruction as it is consumed by a black hole. This discovery, reported in the journal Nature Astronomy, sheds new light on the origins of Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays

Ghost Particle From Star Shredded by Black Hole Reveals Cosmic Particle Accelerator

A black hole gobbled up a star in deep space and flung a high-energy subatomic bullet at the Earth. Don't worry, the planet's doing fine.A black hole gobbled up a star in deep space and flung a high-energy subatomic bullet at the Earth. Don't worry, the planet's doing fine.

Ghost particle that crashed into Antarctica traced back to star shredded by black hole - CNET

For only the second time, astronomers have linked an elusive particle called a high-energy neutrino to an object outside our galaxy. Using ground- and space-based facilities, including NASA’s Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory, they traced the neutrino to a black hole tearing apart a star, a rare cataclysmic occurrence called a tidal disruption event.For only the second time, astronomers have linked an elusive particle called a high-energy neutrino to an object outside our galaxy. Using ground- and space-based facilities, including NASA’s Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory, they traced the neutrino to a black hole tearing apart a star, a rare cataclysmic occurrence called a tidal disruption event.

NASA’s Swift Helps Tie Neutrino to Star-shredding Black Hole | NASA

For the first time, researchers have detected a high-energy neutrino emitted when a black hole ripped up a star, confirming these cataclysmic events act as particle acceleratorsFor the first time, researchers have detected a high-energy neutrino emitted when a black hole ripped up a star, confirming these cataclysmic events act as particle accelerators

We've spotted a neutrino blasted out by a black hole shredding a star | New Scientist

A star completely torn apart when it ventured too close to a black hole has given science a rare gift. For the first time, scientists have detected a high-energy neutrino that was flung out into space during one of these violent events.A star completely torn apart when it ventured too close to a black hole has given science a rare gift. For the first time, scientists have detected a high-energy neutrino that was flung out into space during one of these violent events.

For The First Time, We've Detected a 'Ghost Particle' Coming From a Shredded Star

Scientists tracked down the possible source of high-energy particles neutrinos, and it came from a star being shredded by a black hole.Scientists tracked down the possible source of high-energy particles neutrinos, and it came from a star being shredded by a black hole.

Study reveals the source of one of the weirdest particles in the universe

Detector frozen in Antarctic ice captures single particle from tidal disruption eventDetector frozen in Antarctic ice captures single particle from tidal disruption event

Rare cosmic neutrino traced to star-swallowing black hole | Science | AAAS

For only the second time, astronomers have linked an elusive particle called a high-energy neutrino to an object outside our galaxy. Using ground- and space-based facilities, including NASA's Neil Gehrels ...

NASA's Swift helps tie neutrino to star-shredding black hole