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Antarctic Astrophysics and Geospace Sciences - News

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BICEP Telescope at the South Pole BICEP2 and Planck joint study: Gravitational waves remain elusive
Released January 30, 2015
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illustration of the B-mode pattern observed with the BICEP2 telescope NSF-funded researchers say Antarctic telescope may have provided the first direct evidence of cosmic inflation and the origins of the universe
Released March 17, 2014
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illustration of  B-mode pattern First direct evidence of cosmic inflation
Released March 17, 2014
News From the Field
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory  at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station with aurora australis Two results from astrophysical instruments at the South Pole named Physics World's "Discoveries of the Year"
Released December 13, 2013
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the IceCube Neutrino Observatory Swirls in remnants of big bang may hold clues to universe's infancy
Released December 13, 2013
News From the Field
A graphic representation of the highest energy neutrino ever observed. NSF-funded IceCube Neutrino Observatory provides first indication of high-energy neutrinos from outside the solar system
Released November 21, 2013
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IceCube Searching for cosmic accelerators via IceCube
Released November 21, 2013
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News thumbnail Cosmic finding ushers in "new age of astronomy"
Released November 21, 2013
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group of scientist IceCube pushes neutrinos to the forefront of astronomy
Released November 21, 2013
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an IceTop cosmic ray detector Researchers a step closer to finding cosmic ray origins
Released August 29, 2013
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Artist's conception of gravitational lensing NSF-funded Telescopes in Antarctica and Chile Discover Bursts of Star Formation in the Early Universe
Released March 13, 2013
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Yeti robot in front of the research building at the South Pole In Greenland and Antarctic Tests, Yeti Helps Conquer Some "Abominable" Polar Hazards
Released March 1, 2013
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image of the 75-foot-tall South Pole Telescope Explosion of Galaxy Formation Lit Up Early Universe
Released September 4, 2012
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Photo of graduate student Jessica Hodges with a digital optical module. NSF Signs $34.5-million Operating Agreement With University Of Wisconsin as Antarctic Neutrino Detector Nears Completion
Released November 22, 2010
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QUaD High-precision Measurements Confirm Cosmologists' Standard View of Universe
Released November 2, 2009
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Photo of the aurora over the South Pole. Autonomous Antarctic Observatories Gather Space Weather Data
Released April 9, 2009
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Photo of a Long Duration Balloon inflated at the facility near McMurdo Station. NSF, NASA Successfully Flight-Test New Balloon Over Antarctica
Released January 8, 2009
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Photo of the Martin A. Pomerantz Observatory. Statement by Karl A. Erb, Director of NSF's Office of Polar Programs, on the Death of Martin A. Pomerantz
Released October 29, 2008
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Photo of Antartic Balloon launch Scientific Balloons Achieve Antarctic Flight Record
Released January 4, 2008
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