World's Largest Neutrino Observatory Built at South Pole

The world's largest neutrino telescope – made from a giant cube of ice at the South Pole – aimed at detecting subatomic particles traveling near the speed of light has been completed, researchers announced today (Dec. 20).
Construction of the IceCube Neutrino Observatoryended Dec. 18 (New Zealand time), although it's already been collecting data on the tiny particle for several years... Read More
A sensor descends down a hole in the ice as part of the final season of IceCube. Credit: NSF/B. Gudbjartsson.

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