"Deep Science" to air SD Public Television
Monday, July 5; 9 p.m. CDT (8 p.m. MDT)
LEAD, S.D. -- Gov. Mike Rounds will take television viewers a mile underground to visit with scientists and technicians re-opening the former Homestake gold mine in Lead as a national laboratory. The Governor is the host of -- "Deep Science: the vision for underground research at Homestake" -- a 30-minute video that will air on South Dakota Public Television on Monday, July 5, at 9 p.m. CDT (8 p.m. MDT). Viewers will Join the Governor for a look at the kinds of research that physicists, geologists and biologists hope to do at South Dakota's first national laboratory. The Sanford underground Laboratory produced "Deep Science" with assistance from the Office of the Governor, Black Hills State University, Dakota State University, South Dakota school of Mines and Technology, South Dakota Public Broadcasting, the University of California at Berkeley, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and other partners.
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