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Publications

Apr
2015
Determining Neutrino Oscillation Parameters from Atmospheric Muon Neutrino Disappearance with Three Years of IceCube DeepCore Data
IceCube Collaboration: M. G. Aartsen et al
Apr
2015
Flavor Ratio of Astrophysical Neutrinos above 35 TeV in IceCube
IceCube Collaboration: M. G. Aartsen et al
Apr
2015
Measurement of the Atmospheric Latex expression: \nu_e Spectrum with IceCube
IceCube Collaboration: M. G. Aartsen et al
Mar
2015
Development of a General Analysis and Unfolding Scheme and its Application to Measure the Energy Spectrum of Atmospheric Neutrinos with IceCube
IceCube Collaboration: M. G. Aartsen et al

News

Week 14 at the Pole

2015-04-15 10:15:00

Have we mentioned that the ICL (IceCube Lab) is a rather photogenic building? I think we have, recently—and although the sun has now officially set, there was still enough residual light last week to get a nice shot of the ICL—in shadow with a clear, colorful sky behind it.

Week 13 at the Pole

2015-04-10 09:45:00

Very little snow actually falls at the South Pole. Antarctica as a whole is the driest continent on Earth, and the South Pole, with its high altitude and distance from the coasts, receives the least precipitation. Yet, there is snow everywhere, blown in from elsewhere, and drifts can quickly become unwieldy if not dealt with.