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Building IceCube, a Neutrino Telescope - Ep. 291

  • Aired: 04/08/2009
  • 55:55
  • Rating: TV-G
Jeff Cherwinka, an instrument inventor in the Space Science and Engineering Center at UW-Madison, shares his experiences of building IceCube, a particle detector, at the South Pole over the past seven years. He explains neutrinos, how a neutrino telescope works and shares pictures of the building process.
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Building IceCube, a Neutrino Telescope - Ep. 291
Building IceCube, a Neutrino Telescope - Ep. 291
Learn about IceCube, a particle detector that studies neutrinos at the South Pole.
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