Canfranc Underground Laboratory
|Research type||Low-background physics|
|Location||Canfranc, Aragón (Spain)|
|University of Zaragoza|
The Canfranc Underground Laboratory (Spanish: Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc or LSC) is an underground scientific facility located in the former railway Tunnel of Somport under Monte Tobazo (Pyrenees) in Canfranc. The laboratory, 850 m deep protected from cosmic radiation, is mainly devoted to study rarely occurring natural phenomena such as the interactions of neutrinos of cosmic origin or dark matter with atomic nuclei.
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