It can be challenging to work if it's below zero. At the South Pole it's about -30°C in the summer and -60°C in the winter. How do you conduct research in severe cold? Chad Finley is an associate professor at Fysikum and member of the international collaboration that operates the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole. - We took turns when we were carefully installing sensors on the telescope. Otherwise our hands quickly froze and became useless, says Chad who spent two months there in the summer.
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