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The sun sets behind BICEP2, foreground, and the South Pole Telescope at NSF's Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station Clear Signal
Science / Space and Atmospheric Physics
Tuesday March 18, 2014

Researchers with the BICEP2 collaboration recently announced that their telescope in Antarctica has allowed them to collect what they believe is the first direct evidence for cosmic inflation.
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory has been running at full speed since construction was completed in December 2010. Major Upgrade
Science / Space and Atmospheric Physics
Friday December 20, 2013

Austral summers are not as exciting now as they once were when the IceCube Neutrino Observatory was under construction at the South Pole Station. But quality data collection still depends on how much can be done during the brief summer. This one will be especially busy with a major upgrade under way.

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