IceCube Neutrino Observatory

Scientists Test for Quantum Gravity

The tension between quantum mechanics and relativity has long been a central split in modern-day physics. Developing a theory of…

1 week ago

Scientists are Recommending IceCube Should be Eight Times Bigger

The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, operated by the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-M), located at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica,…

5 months ago

China Chooses the Site for their TRIDENT Neutrino Detector

China is building a new neutrino detector named TRIDENT, the Tropical Deep-sea Neutrino Telescope. They're building it in the South…

7 months ago

IceCube-Gen2: 8 Cubic Kilometers of Ice, 5 Times the Sensitivity

The IceCube Neutrino Detector is an observatory unlike any other. Using sensors embedded inside a square kilometer chuck of Antarctic…

9 months ago

Astronomers Search for Dark Matter Annihilation at the Center of the Earth

If dark matter is made of heavy particles, they could become captured by the gravitational field of massive objects like…

10 months ago

IceCube Senses Neutrinos Streaming From an Active Galaxy 47 Million Light-Years Away

Researchers using the IceCube Neutrino Observatory have detected neutrinos emanating from the energetic core of an active galaxy millions of…

2 years ago

Searching for Dark Matter Inside the Earth

Dark matter remains one of the greatest mysteries in science.  Despite decades of astronomical evidence for its existence, no one…

3 years ago

The Earth Does Stop the Occasional Neutrino

A new study by the IceCube collaboration has shown that Earth stops the occasional neutrino, thus confirming a prediction made…

6 years ago

Neutrino Detection Could Help Paint an Entirely New Picture of the Universe

The IceCube neutrino observatory buried at the South Pole is one cool telescope. It has detected extremely high-energy neutrinos, which…

11 years ago

Cosmic Rays: They Aren’t What We Thought They Were

[/caption] The origin of cosmic rays has been one of the most enduring mysteries in physics, and it looks like…

12 years ago