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Improved Limits on Dark Matter Annihilation in the Sun with the 79-string IceCube Detector and Implications for Supersymmetry IceCube Collaboration: M. G. Aartsen et al
Last week, the South Pole traverse finished unloading the supply of fuel it had brought, transferring it all to the tanks on station. They should be all set for winter, which is long at the South Pole and is fast approaching.
When traveling to the South Pole, you have to be prepared for delays. But last week it was the station, not the travelers, that was not quite prepared—with a summer population close to its limits, it had to creatively house dozens of passengers left behind from departing planes that boomeranged.