The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) is a sensitive detector built under about 2 km of rock in a mine near Sudbury, Ontario. Completed in 1998, SNO consists of photomultiplier tubes around heavy water. In 2001 the SNO collaboration announced evidence that neutrinos oscillate.
Name proposed and citation prepared by Peter Jedicke and Robert Jedicke.
Orbit type: Main Belt Asteroid
Reference: MPC 49100