Tuesday, July 16 2019

IceCube, the Antarctic neutrino detector that in July of 2018 helped unravel one of the oldest riddles in physics and astronomy — the origin of high-energy neutrinos and cosmic rays — is getting an upgrade.

Tuesday, September 21 2021

The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a massive astroparticle physics experiment located at the South Pole, will be featured in two upcoming documentaries about neutrinos produced for the BBC and PBS NOVA.

Friday, September 17 2021

With increasing daylight, the large pile of snow that has accumulated over the winter in front of the ICL is all the more apparent.

Tuesday, September 14 2021

It’s now bright enough to see your way around outside at the Pole, which is great…depending on your perspective.

Monday, September 13 2021

On September 15, 2021, at 7 pm, there will be a special edition of Wednesday Nite @ The Lab, the weekly science outreach series hosted by the University of Wisconsin–Madison. This Wednesday’s program features scientists from the Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center (WIPAC), a UW–Madison research center, who will give a presentation titled “IceCube Turns Ten: Past, Present and Future for the World’s Biggest and Strangest Observatory.”

Tuesday, September 07 2021

Last week was a quiet one for IceCube, and the brightening sky was beautiful as it appeared behind the South Pole station.