A kilometer below the Antarctic ice lives a massive, high-powered telescope built to explore the secrets of the universe. In this Academy Evening talk, physicist and principal investigator of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory Francis Halzen discusses the ghostlike neutrino, a fundamental particle first formed in the first second of the early universe, and what it tells us about our galaxy and those beyond. Presented on February 11, 2014, by the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, this Academy Evening talk is made available on video courtesy of Madison City Channel 12.

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