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|'This is a coming-of-age for neutrino astronomy -- the first time we're able to use neutrino data as a new way of looking at astrophysical objects and say something substantive about them,' said study co-author Nathan Whitehorn, a physicist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who led the recent gamma-ray burst research with Peter Redl of the University of Maryland.|
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