NEWS

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.

Monday, November 22 2021

 Last week, IceCube’s two new winterovers, Moreno and Celas, had their first experience doing snow measurements at all the IceCube surface stations.

Monday, November 15 2021

Last week, two new incoming IceCube winterovers arrived at the Pole and were greeted by the outgoing winterovers, who will train them on IceCube before they leave and make their way back home.

Friday, November 12 2021

WIPAC is back with our IceCube display at the Holiday Fantasy in Lights event in Madison, WI!

Wednesday, November 10 2021

WIPAC's Paolo Desiati is collaborating with UW astronomy professor Elena D’Onghia and Kieran Furlong, a senior fellow at UW–Madison’s COWS thinktank, to develop a magnetic shield that will divert space and cosmic ray radiation away from a volume.

Friday, November 05 2021

The IceCube detector may have been quiet, but there was plenty of other activity last week at the Pole.