A recent IceCube event visualization seen with all 86 strings running.
Photo by: L. Braun/NSF
All About Neutrinos: A closer look
at the tiny, invisible particle that brings information from the edges of
South Pole to Science: How
physicists get information from the in-ice detector to their labs in
Europe, US, and Asia.
IceCube in Depth: Detailed
information about building and maintaining the world’s largest neutrino
Publications: Journal articles,
proceeding, theses, and more from the IceCube Collaboration.
Beginning with project approval in 2004, the timeline ends with
construction completion in December, 2010.
Data use policy: Interested in
analyzing some AMANDA or IceCube data? Read the data use policy for more
Documents and Reviews: Includes
monthly reports to the National Science Foundation, design documents,
reviews, and performance papers.
Yearly Statistics: Everything
from the weight of cargo shipments to the number of collaborators and
digital optical modules.
Acronyms: Abbreviations for
South Pole sites, software, and drill parts.