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IXBlue livre un système de positionnement sous-marin pour le télescope à neutrinos

Science et Environnement

iXBlue, a global leader in navigation, positioning, and imaging systems, has provided to the research center based in Marseille, France, a full positioning system to answer their security and precision requirements during the deployment of their underwater field structures.

CPPM is a research center aimed at observing the cosmos by detecting highly energetic elementary particles called “neutrinos”. Those particles are the only witness of violent cosmic phenomena and when crossing the earth, they produce a charged particle which emits a flash of bluish light when penetrating into the sea. The center is deploying subsea telescopes to observe those flashes underwater. Requiring a light pollution-free environment, the

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