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Latest results from the IceCube Experiment

  title={Latest results from the IceCube Experiment},
  author={Anthony M. Brown and On behalf of the Atlas Collaboration},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
The IceCube Collaboration is currently building the world's largest neutrino telescope at the South Pole to observe high energy neutrinos from a variety of astrophysical sources. In this paper we review the current status of the IceCube experiment, highlighting some of the results obtained so far. 
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