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VOLUME 50 | ISSUE 11 | PAGE 478
Giant radio detectors of high-energy penetrating particles: thick ice with radio modules; movement of modules through ice by intense microwave beams
The possibility of constructing giant detectors of high-energy particles in a simple way in thick ice, through the insertion and movement of receiving stations by remote control by means of intense microwave beams, is discussed. This new type of motion—beam ice melting—could be used in research in physics and geophysics.




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