Dive into the heart of ICARUS with this 10-second immersive video.
The ICARUS detector at CERN, preparing for its voyage to Fermilab in 2017.
July 11, 2017: The ICARUS detector is removed from the ship in Burns Harbor, Indiana, and prepared for the last leg of its journey to Fermilab. Photo: Rich Allen, Ports of Indiana
Inside the ICARUS detector at CERN. The detector uses liquid argon technology to detect charged particles created when a neutrino interacts inside it. Photo: CERN
Workers refurbish the ICARUS detector in a cleanroom at CERN, preparing it for its voyage to Fermilab. Photo: CERN
The ICARUS detector being transported by truck to another location at CERN. Photo: CERN
The ICARUS detector is the largest liquid-argon neutrino detector in the world. It uses an electric field to “drift” charged particles toward planes of wires, which capture a snapshot of those particles. Photo: CERN
The top of the ICARUS detector at Gran Sasso National Laboratory in Italy, before being transported to CERN in 2015. Photo: INFN