The moment that kicked off the growth of our universe is called the Big Bang.
Some exploding stars release bursts of oddball neutrinos. Scientists with the Long Baseline Neutrino Experiment are eager to catch those neutrinos and milk them for discoveries.
There's luck, and then there is LUCK. Brenna Flaugher has the latter.
How do you make the invisible visible? Astrophysicists face this challenge daily. Unlike astronomers who view stars through telescopes, astrophysicists study cosmic particles that are too small or dark to see directly.