An interview with Head of the Laboratory of High-Energy Neutrino Astrophysics of INR RAS, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, a corresponding member of RAS, Chief of the Baikal-GVD collaboration Grigory Vladimirovich Domogatsky within the “Baikal-GVD. Portraits” project.
 
About the origins of the Baikal Neutrino Project. Part 2.
 
Note: English subtitles are available for this video.

An interview with Aleksandr Vladimirovich Sannikov (INR, RAS) within the “Baikal-GVD. Portraits” project.

Filming and editing by Mikhail Zhukov.

An interview with Head of High Energy Neutrino Astrophysics Department, INR RAS, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, a corresponding member of RAS, Chief of the Baikal-GVD collaboration Grigory Vladimirovich Domogatsky within the project “Baikal-GVD. Portraits”.

An interview with Vasily Vasilevich Kustov (INR, RAS) within the “Baikal-GVD. Portraits” project.

Filming and editing by Mikhail Zhukov.

A bonus video with astonishing sunset pictures from a quadrocopter and shooting with slow-motion effects. Filming and editing by Mikhail Zhukov.

An interview with Vitaly Vitalevich Shchur (INR, RAS) within the “Baikal-GVD. Portraits” project.

Filming and editing by Mikhail Zhukov.

The working on the ice is physically hard. The hands are often in the water. Clothing sometimes gets dirty. It distinguishes the expedition activities from those at an office. The more joyful it was to have a bathhouse on the shore where the “Baikalians” could have a rest in the evening. It is still there, but it seems that it will become soon a thing of the past. In a short time, the bathhouse will be replaced by a new one.

An interview with Viktor Ivanovich Lansky (INR, RAS) within the “Baikal-GVD. Portraits” project. Filming and editing by Mikhail Zhukov.

An interview with Sergey Gennadevich Baranov (INR, RAS) within the “Baikal-GVD. Portraits” project.

Filming and editing by Mikhail Zhukov.

As I have already told you, all the efforts to construct the Neutrino Telescope could have been lost if the Telescope could not be supplied with power, and if we could not read out its signals. We can do this using the bottom cable. To lay this cable onto the bottom is a sophisticated mathematical and practical problem.