Neutrinos (blue sky map) in front of an artist’s impression of the Milky Way. Image credit: IceCube Collaboration/Science Communication Lab for CRC 1491


#IceCube10 – Celebrating 10 Years of IceCube

#IceCube10 – Celebrating 10 Years of IceCube


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


Research Highlights

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


Meet the Collaboration

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


Activities and Resources

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


Working at the Pole

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


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 search for continuous and transient neutrino emission in the direction of real-time alerts
By Alisa King-Klemperer | | Research |
A cubic-kilometer array embedded in ice, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory detects cosmic messengers called neutrinos that can travel through space uninhibited. Of particular interest are high-energy astrophysical neutrinos, which can be traced back to their sources. IceCube issues real-time alerts to the public within minutes of the detection of a [...]

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Second ThaisCube workshop strengthens partnership between IceCube, Thailand
By Alisa King-Klemperer | | OutreachWIPAC |
Last week concluded the 2nd ThaisCube workshop held in Chiang Mai, Thailand, a program that developed from a partnership between Chiang Mai University (CMU) in Thailand, the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT), and the IceCube Neutrino Observatory. The workshop brought together IceCube researchers, Thai scientists, and aspiring young [...]

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Week 38 at the Pole
By Jean DeMerit | | Life at the Pole |
It was very cloudy for the official sunrise this year. In fact, it was cloudy most of last week at the Pole, as evidenced in the weather balloon photo below, where the white ground blends seamlessly into the white sky. The sun is clearly visible on the horizon in the [...]

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