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Press Release 12-073
IceCube Neutrino Observatory Provides New Insights Into Origin of Cosmic Rays

The most luminous explosions in the universe are explored

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Photo of a group gathering at IceCube, the world's largest neutrino detector.

A small group gathers for the deployment of the 86th and final string holding digital optical modules (DOMs) as the construction of the world's largest neutrino detector came to a close on December 18, 2010.

Credit: Peter Rejcek, National Science Foundation


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