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Served Over Ice: Antarctica to Architects: Only Sci-Fi Looking Structures Allowed

Photo by Emanuel Jacobi/NSF via IceCube South Pole Neutrino Observatory Antarctica is the most challenging place in the world to build. Thanks to the unforgiving temperatures, fierce winds, and shifting icy ground, the only structures found there are research stations....

Gazing Into the Origins of the Universe 1.5 Miles Beneath the Antarctic Ice

In one of the harshest, most remote places on Earth, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory recently made a remarkable and award-winning breakthrough for astronomy. This is just a brief summary, please visit Environmental Graffiti to see the full, formatted version of the article

IceCube Detects Neutrinos “Bert” and “Ernie” From Deep Space

last yearHumor : Geekosystem

Scientists have been searching for evidence of the elusive neutrino particle from outer space for decades. Thanks to the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctica, researchers have finally found the first neutrinos in our solar system since 1987, opening the door for countless potential discoveries about the universe.

Unprecedented Neutrino Discovery Is a ‘Nobel Prize In The Making’

last yearGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Physicists working at the IceCube South Pole Observatory have captured 28 extraterrestrial neutrinos — those mysterious and extremely powerful subatomic particles that can pass straight through solid matter. Welcome to an entirely new age of astronomy. Read more...

1st Cosmic Evidence of Neutrinos at Antarctica Observatory --"The Ghosts of the Universe"

The IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole was the first to discover ultrahigh-energy neutrinos which most likely were the result of cosmic acceleration in outer space. Billions of neutrinos penetrate every square centimeter of the Earth including your body,...

LOOK: Icy Observatory Makes Out-Of-This-World Discovery

For decades, scientists have been searching for ghostly neutrino particles from outer space, and now they have finally found them. Using the IceCub... Read more: Extraterrestrials on Earth, Extraterrestrial Particles, Astrophysics, Neutrinos,...Show More Summary

IceCube pushes neutrinos to the forefront of astronomy

MADISON, Wis. – The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a particle detector buried in the Antarctic ice, is a demonstration of the power of the human passion for discovery, where scientific ingenuity meets technological innovation. Today,Show More Summary

New study helps uncover the nature of cosmic rays

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Using data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole, scientists have reported progress in understanding the longstanding mystery of how and where cosmic rays originate, in a development that might help us find ways toShow More Summary

Researchers a step closer to finding cosmic ray origins

The origin of cosmic rays in the universe has confounded scientists for decades. But a study by researchers using data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole reveals new information that may help unravel the longstanding...Show More Summary

What are neutrinos, and how do they come from beyond our solar system?

2 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

A couple months ago, scientists with IceCube, an Antarctica-based neutrino observatory, discovered two very high-energy neutrinos — named Bert and Ernie — that appeared to have originated from beyond our solar system. This is amazing news, and we talked to the researchers about what it means. Read more...

"First Evidence for Extraterrestrial Sources of High-Energy Neutrinos" --Reports Antarctica Observatory

Although cosmic rays were discovered 100 years ago, their origin remains one of the most enduring mysteries in physics. Until now. A massive telescope at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in the Antarctic ice reports the detection of 28 extremely high-energy...

Super-powered neutrinos from another galaxy detected, offer insight into extra-galactic catastrophes

The IceCube observatory has turned a cubic kilometer of Earth itself into an observatory, and has managed to see some of the highest-energy neutrino collisions ever proposed, let alone actually observed.

Neutrinos From Another Galaxy Have Been Discovered in Antarctica

2 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Scientists at the IceCube South Pole Neutrino Observatory have captured the highest energy neutrinos that have ever been seen. And to find them, they used faster-than-light particles and a hole drilled 1.5 miles under the Antarctic ice. Read more...

IceCube Neutrino Observatory provides new insights into origin of cosmic rays

In 1912, Austrian physicist Victor Hess was using balloons to measure radiation levels in the Earth’s atmosphere. His innovative and meticulous work required him to travel with the balloon up to altitudes of 5.3 km, monitoring the measuring equipment and … Continue reading ?

IceCube Neutrino Observatory provides new insights into origin of cosmic rays

Analysis of data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a massive detector deployed in deep ice at the U.S. Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica at the geographic South Pole, recently provided new insight into one of the most...Show More Summary

Origin of cosmic rays not what was thought

Although cosmic rays were discovered 100 years ago, their origin remains one of the most enduring mysteries in physics. Now, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a massive detector in Antarctica, is homing in on how the highest energy cosmic rays are produced.

South Pole scientists activate IceCube neutrino observatory

4 years agoLifestyle / Travel : Gadling

The South Pole may be as geographically far away from Santa's home as is possible, but that didn't prevent Christmas from coming early to the scientific base that is located there. Last week, researchers completed construction of the...Show More Summary

This $271 Million Telescope Is Buried Under the South Pole [Astronomy]

4 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, built over a decade at a cost of $271 million, is buried under the South Pole... and longer than the world's tallest skyscrapers combined. More »

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