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    The IceCube Neutrino Detector at the South Pole Hits Paydirt /Link

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    Published on 12 Jul 2018 at 05:55PM

    IEEE Spectrum logo Illustration of neutrinos beneath the IceCube Neutrino Observatory Particle detectors are lowered into a 2.5-kilometer-deep hole drilled into the Antarctic ice near South Pole Station. null An illustration shows a collision of two neutron stars, as glowing bright pink balls against a black surface. Illustration explaining the IceCube detector Illustration of Swarm's cube sats trying to contact home Photo: Intel Prototype unit of two Arm8A-SVE water-cooled CPUs The fabricated transceiver only measures 3 mm × 4 mm and consists of four transmitting and receiving elements. massive MIMO 2013 NASA Earth Observatory image showing Bouvet Island, and the ice that covers about 94 percent of the island year round. Magazine cover image








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