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Giant, frozen neutrino telescope completed

The weather outside may be frightful where you are but at least it’s not -30 degrees Celsius. Yet in these sub-zero conditions, researchers at the South Pole have placed the final string of detectors for the Icecube Neutrino Observatory, a cubic kilometer-sized telescope meant to search for the origin of cosmic rays, on 18 December. 

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