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Press Release 10-238
NSF, University of Wisconsin-Madison Complete Construction of the World's Largest Neutrino Observatory

Antarctica's IceCube is among the most ambitious scientific construction projects ever attempted

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Photo of a sensor descending down a hole in the ice as part of the final season of IceCube.

Sensor descends down a hole in the ice as part of the final season of IceCube. Icecube is among the most ambitious scientific construction projects ever attempted.

Credit: NSF/B. Gudbjartsson


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Researchers work on constructing IceCube, which is among the most ambitious scientific construction projects ever attempted.

Credit: National Science Foundation

 

Photo of Matthias Danninger deploying a Digital Optical Module.

Matthias Danninger assists in deployment of a Digital Optical Module.

Credit: NSF/F. Descamps


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