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Super-Kamiokande (22 pics)

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  • 10 Jan, 2014  |
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Super-Kamiokande is a neutrino observatory which is under Mount Kamioka near the city of Hida, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. The observatory was designed to search for proton decay, study solar and atmospheric neutrinos, and keep watch for supernovae in the Milky Way Galaxy.

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№1 Author: Hypertension (10 Jan 2014 05:20) Total user comments: 1195


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What the f*** was that ... Alien's nest ???? :15:
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№2 Author: 1234 (10 Jan 2014 09:26) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: it was set for music videos in 90s and early 00s
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№3 Author: thughugger (10 Jan 2014 11:47) Total user comments: 1015


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Wow that's so cool.............. At last it looks like we are making stuff that belongs in the future :04:
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№4 Author: mobius (10 Jan 2014 18:59) Total user comments: 1073


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Looks straight out of Sci Fi! Bad ass!
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№5 Author: Son Of A Gunderson (10 Jan 2014 19:19) Total user comments: 123


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Some explanation on how it works would have been nice.
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№6 Author: Lu (10 Jan 2014 20:22) Total user comments: 15098


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Looks a lot like a chocolate factory with all them bubbles.
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№7 Author: Bonded_by_Blood (11 Jan 2014 12:35) Total user comments: 48


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1234,

HAHAHA! Totally :07:
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№8 Author: worldedit (11 Jan 2014 16:39) Total user comments: 0


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They are trying to detect neutrinos. Since neutrinos interact very little with matter it is a huge tank that is normally filled with 50 m of very pure water. The golden things around are detectors. To minimize background radiation it is located 1 km underground.
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№9 Author: yasuf (12 Jan 2014 13:52) Total user comments: 19


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Where are all bees
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№10 Author: adzhoe (19 Jan 2014 01:59) Total user comments: 15012


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cool
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