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IceCube Neutrino Observatory 

Built over a decade at a cost of  $271 million, is buried under the South Pole. The world’s largest neutrino observatory is taller than the collective height of the world’s three  tallest skyscrapers.
IceCube is operated by the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the  National Science Foundation, with funding provided by the United States,  Belgium, Germany, and Sweden. Researchers from Barbados, Canada, Japan,  New Zealand, Switzerland and the United Kingdom are also involved in  the project.

crookedindifference:

IceCube Neutrino Observatory

Built over a decade at a cost of $271 million, is buried under the South Pole. The world’s largest neutrino observatory is taller than the collective height of the world’s three tallest skyscrapers.

IceCube is operated by the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the National Science Foundation, with funding provided by the United States, Belgium, Germany, and Sweden. Researchers from Barbados, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland and the United Kingdom are also involved in the project.