Galaxy map used to measure neutrinos

The mass of the universe’s lightest particles, neutrinos, can be more accurately measured thanks to a new mapping study.

Using data from a WiggleZ survey the researchers made a three-dimensional map of 240,000 galaxies to simulate the neutrino masses.

The subatomic particles are fundamental to our understanding of supernovas and how galaxies are formed.

Read more at The University of Queensland