The new study points to a particular part of the gigantic celestial bodies, that sit at the cores of active galaxies, as the likely source of the particles in question.

Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have apparently managed to discover the likely origin of high-energy cosmic neutrinos that were observed by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctica, phys.org reports.

According to the media outlet, the new model produced by scientists suggests that the coronas of supermassive black holes located at the cores of active galaxies might be where these particles come from.



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