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An Ice-Bound Observatory in Antarctica May Have Detected Neutrinos From Deep Space

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Members of the U.S. Antarctic Program walk toward the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station dome entrance.

Antarctic Program walk toward the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station dome entrance.

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Pallets of cargo are airdropped over Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.

Pallets of cargo are airdropped over Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.

Large tractors groom the runway at Pegasus Airfield near McMurdo Station in preparation for the U.S. Air Force C-17 flights that will begin in early October.  The Royal Society Range of mountains can be seen in the distance.

Large tractors groom the runway at Pegasus Airfield near McMurdo Station in preparation for the U. Air Force flights that will begin in early October. The Royal Society Range of mountains can be seen in the distance.

South Pole Station

Aerial view of the new South Pole Station building, the arches housing fuel storage and the power plant, and the geodesic dome that houses the old station

U.S. Antarctic Program participants wave goodbye to the last flight to leave Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station before winter isolation.  Between mid-February and mid-October there are no flights to/from the South Pole.  Forty-nine people spent the 2011 winter at Pole.

U.S. Antarctic Program participants wave goodbye to the last flight to leave Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station before winter isolation. Between mid-February and mid-October there are no flights to/from the South Pole. Forty-nine people spent the 2011 winter at Pole.

An aerial view of Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.  The silver geodesic dome was dedicated in 1975 as the second station to be built at the South Pole.  It provided wind shelter for smaller buildings under it.  Decades of accumulating snow drift, and growing scientific population, resulted in the decision to build a new station, seen at right, still under construction when this photo was taken.

An aerial view of Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. The silver geodesic dome was dedicated in 1975 as the second station to be built at the South Pole. It provided wind shelter for smaller buildings under it. Decades of accumulating snow drift, and growing scientific population, resulted in the decision to build a new station, seen at right, still under construction when this photo was taken.

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Antarctica -The Peltier Channel separates Doumer and Wiencke Islands in the Palmer Archipelago. It was named for Jean Peltier, a noted French physicist. Photographed on May 2012

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Antartica sunset photo taken by Lisa McLean

Préparation de l'amarrage d'un bateau à Palmer Station - Zee Evans

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