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DUMANDDeep Underwater Muon And Neutrino Detector
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Another advantage DUMAND and the following neutrino telescopes have is the large size of their photomultiplier tubes.
DUMAND does not actually detect neutrinos, but rather bursts of Cerenkov light given off by muons created when a neutrino collides with a proton or neutron near Earth's surface.
DUMAND, or the Deep Underwater Muon and Neutrino Detector, will use a volume of the ocean off the island of Hawaii as its detection medium.