“We now have this new lens on our galaxy," said one scientist.
Scientists used data from sensors under one mile of ice in the South Pole to to track down one of the biggest mysteries in the universe.
Neutrinos shoot through space, planets, and our bodies near lightspeed, and uncovering their origin sheds light on a major cosmic mystery.
Neutrinos are a fundamental yet elusive part of our reality. Now, physicists have detected them in a particle collider for the first time.
Physicists Marcos Santander and Lu Lu discuss IceCube (not the rapper) in a new episode of Motherboard’s “Space Show.”
The massive telescope made of glass orbs will detect "ghost" particles that hold the key to many of the universe's mysteries.
A new study deepens the mystery behind two possible detections of rare cosmic particles.
The tiny particles can also be used to map and measure the cosmos, but now they’re being used to weigh and study the least understood region of our planet.
Lederman sold his Nobel Prize at auction for $765,000 in 2015 in order to pay for medical bills.
NASA went searching for micro black holes in Antarctica. Instead, it detected cosmic rays shooting from the ground and some physicists think it could be evidence of a supersymmetric particle.
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, along with over a dozen other institutions, shed light on the high-energy universe with multi-messenger astronomy.