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Zooniverse Goes Live!

Love penguins? Want to participate in penguin research? Check out the Zooniverse, a brand new (and very cool) citizen science platform...

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First Weather Images of the Season

The first Automatic Weather Station (AWS) images of the season are in! Upgrades and new weather stations in 2014 will provide flight crews with more and better weather information.

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Roger Easton & The advent of GPS

These days it's hard to imagine navigating around Antarctica - or indeed anywhere in the world - without Global Positioning System (GPS), but it wasn't that long ago that Antarctic expeditions relied on the sun to navigate.

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In the Spotlight - Tom Hart

Penguinologist Tom Hart loves penguins and is working hard to develop conservation strategies for them. So when he got the opportunity to visit an emperor penguin colony with ANI last year he jumped at the chance. We caught up with Tom recently to ask him about that experience and about his ongoing research.

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Subglacial Lake Ellsworth Review

A review of the Subglacial Lake Ellsworth project was recently published in The Annals of Glaciology.

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Discover Antarctic Explorers

Did you know? Each of our Guest tents is named after a polar explorer. Some are well-known, others less so. Over the next few months we'll feature some of them here, including their contributions to Antarctic science and exploration.

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In the Spotlight - Simon Abrahams

IFMGA guide, Simon Abrahams, first traveled to Antarctica more than 20 years ago and is as at home on the peaks of Chamonix, as he is bagging first ascents in Antartica's Ellsworth Mountains.

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Four Ways to Savor the South Pole

Polar travel may conjure images of deprivation and hardship, but there are now a variety of ways to savor the South Pole, making it a life-list destination for travelers of all ages and abilities. Find out more about each of these options...

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Midwinter in Antarctica

With the approach of the solstice, stations around Antarctica are gearing up for Midwinter celebrations.

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Keeping Cool in Antarctica

Believe it or not, keeping things cool - or even frozen - in Antarctica can be a real challenge due to fluctuating temperatures and the realities of living on a moving glacier, in the most remote corner of the globe.

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