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IceCube Collaboration

University of Wisconsin, NERSC, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron

IceCube, the world’s largest neutrino detector, uses Globus to archive its data for long term preservation. Users transfer data with Globus from Madison, Wisconsin to storage locations at NERSC in California and at DESY in Berlin.

"Ghost particle" found in Antarctica provides astronomy breakthrough

CNN By Ashley Strickland —

For the first time, scientists have been able to trace the origins of a ghostly subatomic particle that traveled 3.7 billion light-years to Earth. The tiny, high-energy cosmic particle is called a neutrino, and it was found by sensors deep in the Antarctic ice in the IceCube detector…

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