Tucked away in the far regions of the Antarctic sits this large camera called the IceCube, managed by the University of Wisconsin’s. It is a neutrino detection system that measures the incoming energy from the universe. It uses long light sensors that are buried deep within the ice. This machine has been in operation since 2010 and has discovered over a 100 neutrinos since then. This large cosmic telescope detects roughly 100000 neutrino strikes annually, most of which happen within our own atmosphere or galaxy. If you are interested in learning more about this amazing project just do a search on the project.