Recently I read some news about IceCube neutrino observatory in the south pole. It is an amazing installation looking for the secrets of those elusive particles and by extension to the secrets of distant galaxies, a kind of telescope really. It is not the only installation looking for neutrinos, but this is very special as it is built in the great ice desert of Antarctica. In fact, is uses the 3 Km of ice depth in this continent to find neutrinos.
I was amazed by the technology and imagination involved in this great telescope. Will it last when the climate changes?
I suppose so, I hope so, but did the scientific in charge consider this aspect? Too many times is not considered for medium to long-term forecasts even in groups that do not deny it in any way
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