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IceCube: Toward Neutrino Astronomy - Ep. 588

  • Aired: 05/11/2011
  • 01:04:18
  • Rating: TV-G
Stefan Westerhoff, an associate professor in the Department of Physics at UW-Madison, explains his research in astroparticle physics, a new area of science at the intersection between high-energy particle and astrophysics. Westerhoff is currently a member of the IceCube collaboration. IceCube is a km3 size detector at the South Pole designed to study the origin of high-energy neutrinos.
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Learn about high-energy neutrinos at the South Pole with Stefan Westerhoff.
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