It can be challenging to work if it's below zero. At the South Pole it's about -30 in the summer and -55 in the winter. How do you conduct research in severe cold? Chad Finley is an associate professor at Fysikum and member of the Ice Cube project in the South Pole. - We took turns when we were switching sensors at the telescope. Otherwise both the ice and our hands would have freezed, says Chad who spent three months there in the summer.
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