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#IceCube10 – Celebrating 10 Years of IceCube

#IceCube10 – Celebrating 10 Years of IceCube

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IceCube Explained

What exactly is IceCube? How does it use the South Pole ice to see neutrinos from outer space? Image: Yuya Makino, IceCube/NSF

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Research Highlights

From neutrino physics to glaciology to dark matter, IceCube science spans a variety of fields.

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Meet the Collaboration

The IceCube Collaboration includes hundreds of people from around the world. Image: Yuya Makino, IceCube/NSF

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Activities and Resources

Learn more about IceCube by playing a game, making crafts, or reading our comic!

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Working at the Pole

IceCube science begins at the South Pole. Image: Yuya Makino, IceCube/NSF

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NSF mid-scale award sets off the first extension of IceCube

The IceCube Upgrade project represents the first phase in expanding IceCube for the future. Image: Kathrin Mallot, IceCube/NSF

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IceCube sets strongest limits on galaxy clusters as potential neutrino sources
By Alisa King-Klemperer | | Research |
At present, one of the long-standing astronomical mysteries is the origin of cosmic rays, high-energy charged particles hurtling through space at the speed of light. Upon entering the atmosphere, they interact with atoms and produce an air shower of secondary particles, including nearly massless subatomic particles called neutrinos. Although very [...]

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Carlos Argüelles chosen as one of Science News’ 2022 SN 10: Scientists to Watch
By Alisa King-Klemperer | | AwardsNews |
IceCube collaborator and Harvard physics professor Carlos A. Argüelles-Delgado was chosen as one of Science News’ 2022 SN 10: Scientists to Watch. For the seventh year, Science News SN 10: Scientists to Watch list features 10 early- and mid-career scientists driven by their curiosity and sense of wonder and moved to solve some of the [...]

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Week 37 at the Pole
By Jean DeMerit | | Life at the Pole |
The early part of last week at the Pole was a little quiet, with just some troubleshooting stemming from a software crash. But then things picked up. It was the time of year when the flags around the ceremonial Pole are swapped out for fresh ones. These flags take quite [...]

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