The observatory buried kilometres under ice in Antarctica

Buried under more than two kilometres of ice in Antarctica is an observatory unlike any other in the world.

It’s called the Icecube Neutrino Observatory – and no, it’s not measuring melting icecaps or numbers of Antarctic wildlife.

In fact, this observatory is making major discoveries about celestial bodies and space objects in our solar system and far beyond that.

First galaxy neutrinos discovered by Antarctica observatory

On this episode of The Science Briefing, Dr Sophie Calabretto and Jacinta Bowler talk about DOMS, neutrinos and the secrets of the universe.

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