NOvA sees its first oscillating neutrinos

A new Fermilab experiment sees neutrinos oscillating over an 800 km baseline

Scientists on the NOvA experiment at Fermilab in the US have seen their first evidence of oscillating neutrinos. This confirms that the project with its big detector and a powerful beamline is functioning as planned and making great progress towards its goal of helping to unravel the remaining unknowns in the understanding of neutrino masses and mixing.