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Today we bring to 1,500 meters deep below sea level to find out KM3NeT the largest undersea telescope in the world for research of high-energy cosmic neutrinos!

By using a 360 ° 3D environment created specifically we are able to make you see with your eyes the telescope sensors!

We are immersed in the strings: ropes anchored to the seabed at a depth of about 3,500 meters, dating back vertically. They are related to the transparent glass spheres, which house inside them 31 photomultipliers: are the DOM (Digital Optical Module), the light sensors of the telescope.
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Flappy1 yr ago
Wow this is truly amazing
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@Wahid Ul Haq Hi wahid! Thank you for your interest
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@Deniz Ünlü HD Hello deniz! How can we help you?
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i from turkey help me
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