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  1. Dark skies, long nights, low temperatures, the Antarctic conditions have for a while been recognised as ideal for astronomical observations. The high plateau is already hosting several telescopes with plans of many more to come. The technical challenge s of operating them is becoming routine and their scientific return more evident than ever. But can these telescopes have a broader appeal?
  2. The Australian Antarctic Division has its permanent base on this island, which Australian sealer Frederick Hasselborough discovered while searching for new sealing grounds. The fauna on Macquarie is fantastic, and there are colonies of king, gentoo, and southern rockhopper penguins – as well as almost one million breeding pairs of the endemic.
  3. As the guys who just became the first and second humans ever to cross the continent on a solo expedition can attest, Antarctica is one quiet place to be. Besides hearing a pin drop to the ice at your feet, that eerie silence means sounds carry, allowing one to .
  4. Tom Slater, researcher at the UK Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling (CPOM), said, "We used around million measurements taken by CryoSat between 20to create the most comprehensive picture of Antarctic ice elevation currently available.". The model will soon be freely available via the CPOM portal, which already provides information on sea-ice volume and thickness, .
  5. Apr 10,  · First Pole-to-Pole phone call using TDRS-1 to connect to the South Pole and Iridium for the North Pole (recorded in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Guinness World Records in April ). Due to increasing orbit inclination, TDRS-1 was the first satellite able to see both Poles.
  6. Operation Highjump, officially titled The United States Navy Antarctic Developments Program, –, was a United States Navy operation organized by Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd Jr., USN (Ret), Officer in Charge, Task Force 68, and led by Rear Admiral Richard H. Cruzen, USN, Commanding Officer, Task Force
  7. western coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, passing colossal icebergs and countless colonies of penguin. After attempting to cross the Polar Circle at 66°33'S, we will head back through the inside passage, Antarctic Circle - Expedition ANTARCTICA - TRIP CODE APC POLAR 25/06/
  8. Dec 19,  · The telescope at the bottom of the planet spent winter calibrating and collecting data after its vision enhancement last summer. Researchers installed a new camera system in the South Pole Telescope, a major upgrade that allows researchers to collect more data than ever before.

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