Eye on Earth and Space: Russian scientists first deploy telescope underwater; Earth's smallest particle will be found

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Russia News – According to the information received by World News superfast, Russian scientists have put such telescope under water for the first time, which will monitor both the inner space and outer space. It will search for the particles that formed the Earth. That is, the world’s smallest particle neutrinos. If the activity of these particles increases, considerable damage can occur. Therefore, their monitoring is important.

Russian scientists have recently placed a large space telescope inside Lake Baikal

According to information received by World News superfast, this telescope was being made since 2015. Its job is to detect neutrinos. Neutrinos are the smallest particles in the world. It is very difficult to monitor or know their quantity. Therefore, this telescope is being installed.

Deployed in 2500 to 4300 feet below water

Scientists have named this telescope backlit-GVD. It is deployed in the Lake Baikal at 750 to 1350 meters i.e. 2500 to 4300 feet in water. It is 4 kilometers from the shore of the lake. Detecting neutrinos is an extremely difficult task, but water is a medium that makes it easy to examine them. Hence the telescope is deployed underwater.

This is how the Baikal-GVD telescope will work

The Baikal-GVD is a spherical dive telescope made of steel and glass with multiple wires. The Baikal-GVD was immersed in the depths of the ice-frozen Lake Baikal with great vigilance. For this, a square hole was made by cutting the ice of the lake. After this, the Baikal-GVD was gradually lowered into the cold water of the lake.

According to information received by the World News superfast, Russian scientist Dmitry Naumov of the Joint Institute of Nuclear Research said that the telescope will help scientists in the search for the deteriorating neutrinos on Earth. This will tell the whole world whether the amount of neutrinos is less or more. Is balanced or balanced. In a few years, by making more such telescopes, we will deploy in an area of ​​up to one cubic kilometer.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTRussia News – According to the information received by World News superfast, Russian scientists have put such telescope under water for the first time, which will monitor both the inner space and outer space. It will search for the particles that formed the Earth. That is, the world’s smallest particle neutrinos. If the activity of these particles increases, considerable damage can occur. Therefore, their monitoring is important.Russian scientists have recently placed a large space telescope inside Lake BaikalAccording to information received by World News superfast, this telescope was being made since 2015. Its job is to detect neutrinos. Neutrinos are the smallest particles in the world. It is very difficult to monitor or know their quantity. Therefore, this telescope is being installed.Deployed in 2500 to 4300 feet below waterScientists have named this telescope backlit-GVD. It is deployed in the Lake Baikal at 750 to 1350 meters i.e. 2500 to 4300 feet in water. It is 4 kilometers from the shore of the lake. Detecting neutrinos is an extremely difficult task, but water is a medium that makes it easy to examine them. Hence the telescope is deployed underwater.This is how the Baikal-GVD telescope will workThe Baikal-GVD is a spherical dive telescope made of steel and glass with multiple wires. The Baikal-GVD was immersed in the depths of the ice-frozen Lake Baikal with great vigilance. For this, a square hole was made by cutting the ice of the lake. After this, the Baikal-GVD was gradually lowered into the cold water of the lake.According to information received by the World News superfast, Russian scientist Dmitry Naumov of the Joint Institute of Nuclear Research said that the telescope will help scientists in the search for the deteriorating neutrinos on Earth. This will tell the whole world whether the amount of neutrinos is less or more. Is balanced or balanced. In a few years, by making more such telescopes, we will deploy in an area of ​​up to one cubic kilometer.
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