Canadian Antineutrino Detector detects Nuclear Power Plants from 240km

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The SNO+ Experiment in Canada is still in development, but analysis of early antineutrino detections are believed to be from appear to be the from Ontario reactors 240Km away.
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SNO+ may be in development, but SNO already produced a Nobel. :smile:

This is news, but not new. Kamland has done this, and there are multiple groups looking at more portable devices to do nuclear non-proliferation: drive up to the site boundary and measure whether the core is, e.g. breeding plutonium when it shouldn't be..
 
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