Science Cafe: Cosmic Rays

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Sometimes it feels like we're all surrounded by things that are moving really fast. It's true, and it's not just the traffic on I-77. Every moment, we're bombarded by sub-atomic particles traveling close to the speed of light. They're not dangerous; what science wants to know about them is where do they come from? And what makes them travel so fast? Finding answers requires a lot of scientists and an observatory bigger than Luxembourg. Monday morning at 9, join host Dan Moulthrop for a conversation with local scientists involved in the big search for cosmic rays.

Guests: 

Dr. Corbin Covault Center for Education and Research in Cosmology and Astrophysics (CERCA), Case Western Reserve University
Yvette Cendes Department of Physics, Case Western Reserve University

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