Observing the cosmos from deep within Antarctic Ice

The average temperature in winter is about -72 degrees fereinheit with the highest temperature at the South Pole recorded in December 2011 at 9.9 degrees. The IceCube Lab is illuminated in the moonlight. Image by Emanuel Jacobi, IceCube/National Science Foundation (CC BY 2.0)
Katy Dycus

Katy Dycus

Katy graduated from the University of Glasgow with a Master of Letters in British Literature, with a special interest in the history of science and technology. Now, she works as a staff writer for the anthropology journal Mammoth Trumpet.

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