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Water water everywhere...

U.S. scientists have successfully drilled into Lake Whillans, a subglacial expanse of water hidden deep beneath the Antarctic ice sheet.

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Belgrano Station Re-supply Completed

A final airdrop was made over Belgrano II station on February 15, successfully completing the annual re-supply. Nine flights were made over a two week period, delivering roughly 166 tonnes of cargo.

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ANI 2012 Season Wrap-up

Adventure Network International has successfully completed our 2012 tourist season. And what a season it has been. There have been highs and lows, lots of successes and some sad and disappointing news.

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Chile's President Visits Union Glacier

ANI was delighted to welcome the President of the Republic of Chile, Sebastián Piñera Echenique, to Union Glacier today.

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ANI Team at the Pole & Other Exped Updates

The ANI Ski South Pole Messner team has arrived at the South Pole and other expeditions supported by ALE/ANI are closing in. Here's a quick look at what they are doing and where they are at.

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Leave nothing but footprints

Photos taken by ANI guests in Antarctica put a new spin on the old saying, "Take nothing but photos. Leave nothing but footprints" and show that footprints can be both intriguing and enduring.

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Lake Ellsworth Project called off

In the early hours of Christmas Day (Tuesday 25 December 2012) Professor Martin Siegert, Principal Investigator of the Subglacial Lake Ellsworth experiment, confirmed that the mission to drill into the lake has been called off for this Antarctic

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World's First South Pole Bicycle Traverse

Polar Explorer Eric Larsen believes, "...modern expeditions are less about geographic firsts and more about story telling." And boy does he have a story to tell.

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Amundsen's Legacy

ANI guests who flew to the South Pole on December 14 were greeted by a simple and fitting tribute to Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen, the first person to achieve the Pole. There were no crowds, no speeches, no great celebrations.

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