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IceCube Expectations for Two High-Energy Neutrino Production Models at Active Galactic Nuclei

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C.A. Argüelles, M. Bustamante, and A.M. Gago. 12/7/2010. “ IceCube Expectations for Two High-Energy Neutrino Production Models at Active Galactic Nuclei .” Journal of Cosmology...
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A Simple Quantum Integro-Differential Solver

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Carlos A.Argüelles Delgado, Jordi Salvado, and Christopher N.Weaver. 11/2015. “ A Simple Quantum Integro-Differential Solver .” Computer Physics Communications, 196, Pp...
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Probe of Sterile Neutrinos Using Astrophysical Neutrino Flavor

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Carlos A. Argüelles, Kareem Farrag, Teppei Katori, Rishabh Khandelwal, Shivesh Mandalia, and Jordi Salvado. 2/12/2020. “ Probe of Sterile Neutrinos Using Astrophysical Neutrino...
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Production of keV Sterile Neutrinos in Supernovae: New Constraints and Gamma Ray Observables

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Carlos A. Argüelles, Vedran Brdar, and Joachim Kopp. 3/3/2019. “ Production of keV Sterile Neutrinos in Supernovae: New Constraints and Gamma Ray Observables .” Physical Review...
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Searches for Sterile Neutrinos with the IceCube Detector

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M. G. Aartsen et al. 8/8/2016. “ Searches for Sterile Neutrinos with the IceCube Detector .” Physical Review Letters, 117, 071801. Abstract The IceCube neutrino telescope at...
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Where Are We With Light Sterile Neutrinos?

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A. Diaz, C.A. Argüelles, G.H. Collin, J.M. Conrad, and M.H. Shaevitz. 9/10/2019. “ Where Are We With Light Sterile Neutrinos? ”. Abstract We review the status of searches for...
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An eV-scale sterile neutrino search using eight years of atmospheric muon neutrino data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory

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M.G. Aartsen et. al. Submitted. “ An eV-scale sterile neutrino search using eight years of atmospheric muon neutrino data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory ”. Abstract The...
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Space breakthrough: Astronomers detect first-ever signs of a planet in another galaxy

Space breakthrough: Astronomers detect first-ever signs of a planet in another galaxy

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ASTRONOMERS may have found evidence of an extragalactic planet beyond the Milky Way, some 23 million light-years from Earth.
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An eV-scale sterile neutrino search using eight years of atmospheric muon neutrino data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory

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M.G. Aartsen and and others. 5/2020. “ An eV-scale sterile neutrino search using eight years of atmospheric muon neutrino data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory ”...
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Asteroid news: NASA's OSIRIS-REx starts countdown to ‘Touch and Go' mission

Asteroid news: NASA's OSIRIS-REx starts countdown to ‘Touch and Go' mission

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ASTEROID observers at space agency NASA have announced a "historic moment" is on the horizon for their OSIRIS-REx Bennu sample mission.
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