This hour on Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders, Jean Feraca and her guest talk about an underground telescope being built in Antarctica to study neutrinos and solve the last riddle of the universe. UW Chancellor John Wiley called it equal to the building of the Great Pyramids.
- Bob Morse, physicist, one of the leaders of the Ice Cube project at University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Hagar Landsman , is a research associate at IceCube. She graduated in high energy physics from the Technion in Israel and subsequently worked on huge particle detectors at the European Center for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland.
- Darryn Schneider, is currently IceCube's manager of IT resources and infrastructure. He’s been to the South Pole every year since 1999, on trips ranging from 6 weeks to 14 months.
- Claire Pettersen, joins us via satellite phone from the South Pole where she's currently enduring an Antaritic winter with the IceCube project.