Life at the Pole 2

  • Week 37 at the Pole
    The early part of last week at the Pole was a little quiet, with just some troubleshooting stemming from a […]

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  • Week 36 at the Pole
    IceCube’s winterovers spent some time last week on troubleshooting activities at the IceCube Lab, but they didn’t get there in […]

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  • Week 35 at the Pole
    It was a fairly calm week at the Pole. The winterovers were again sent to the ICL to cover both […]

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  • Meet Elaine Krebs, our 2020 PolarTREC educator
    Yes, you read that right. Back in 2019, Elaine Krebs was selected as the next PolarTREC educator to work with […]

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  • Week 34 at the Pole
    As the Antarctic winter draws to a close, our winterovers picked up some extra responsibility. Last week opened with a […]

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  • Week 33 at the Pole
    The horizon at the South Pole continues to slowly brighten with every passing day. Unfortunately, the brownouts and blackouts that […]

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  • Week 32 at the Pole
    Although the skies were cloudy, the moon shone bright over the IceCube Lab (ICL) last week. IceCube winterovers were paged […]

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  • Week 31 at the Pole
    Last week was action-packed at the South Pole. The beginning of the week had IceCube’s winterovers busy with diagnosing and […]

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  • Week 30 at the Pole
    Although it is still night at the South Pole, the sun is making a slow rise toward the horizon, and […]

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  • Week 29 at the Pole
    Last week at the Pole was restful—finally. No Polympics or other competitive sporting events, no emergency response training, no outreach […]

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  • Week 28 at the Pole
    With the Polympics now over, you’d think the winterovers might be resting a bit—but not this crew. Last week at […]

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  • Week 27 at the Pole
    Last week at the Pole it was still “first work, then play.” The “work” entailed more or less routine monthly […]

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