- Oct. 9, 2019, 4:00 pm US/Central
- John Beacom, Ohio State University
- Dan Hooper
Neutrinos are almost undetectable particles. Astronomy is about detecting things. So how can we talk about neutrino astronomy?
Although neutrinos have been detected from a few sources, the field is just beginning. What are the prospects for further detections? What would we gain if we are successful?