"Neutrino astronomy: Balloon with a view", The Economist
Prof. Abigail Vieregg and KICP Fellow Keith Bechtol (two leftmost on lower row) travelled to McMurdo Station, Antarctica as part of the team that integrated, calibrated, tested, and prepared the ANITA-III instrument and payload for flight. The ANITA-III instrument is the third generation in a series of NASA long-duration balloon experiments searching for ultra-high-energy neutrinos and ultra-high-energy cosmic rays. ANITA-III was launched on December 17, 2014 and had a successful 22 day flight.