Astrophysics with Ice Cube

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That’s right. If you thought that identifying galactic cosmic rays was funky, try doing it with IceCube. Wes sai!

Apparently, IceCube has recently been involved in a number of interesting developments. If you thought ”galactic cosmic rays” was hip, you may also be interested in IceTop: Cosmic Ray Physics with IceCube. Then of course, there’s Ice Cube’s skillful ability to detect dark-matter. A variety of projects with IceCube are described in Performance, Status and Future, as well as in Ice Cube: The State of the Art. Then there’s the much anticipated and the soon-to-be PBS special, New Physics with IceCube, which I personally can hardly wait to see.

Yes, it looks like a pretty exciting research program with Ice Cube is underway. I only hope that these guys aren’t having any problems with copyright infringement.

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