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Project IceCube: Live from the South Pole - Livestream

South Pole

Winter is here!

Join us for an extraordinary virtual presentation by scientists at the South Pole who will describe what it is like to live and work where it is dark more than 23 hours every day and where the average temperature is -50⁰F.

Project IceCube uses a cubic kilometer of ice at the South Pole to measure neutrinos, mysterious subatomic particles that have an extremely small mass.

Don't miss this fascinating event, live from an alien world!

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Tuesday, 06/08/21



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