When super novi radiate cosmic rays, this radiation eventually hits the Earth’s atmosphere which produces subatomic particles like muons. 8300 muons per square meter hit the Earth every second and move through matter in straight lines. Muons are less likely to be absorbed when passing through low density matter. To create an image with muography, nuclear emulsion films record muons as they cross and more muon trajectories recorded in a particular direction is indicative of more open space above ...
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