Time Flies

Time Flies

Planes and ships, tractors and skis, ponies and sled dogs, and even a hot air balloon: All manner of transportation has been tried and used in the Antarctic. Once upon a time (not so long ago), even hovercraft glided across the ice of Antarctica....
Time Flies

Time Flies

Planes and ships, tractors and skis, ponies and sled dogs, and even a hot air balloon: All manner of transportation has been tried and used in the Antarctic. Once upon a time (not so long ago), even hovercraft glided across the ice of Antarctica....
No Horizon Anymore

No Horizon Anymore

Hired to cook at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station for a year, Keith Reimink packed along a $300 movie camera. His intent was simply to capture on film an answer to the question: What’s it like to work in Antarctica? Now audiences at film festivals around...
No Horizon Anymore

No Horizon Anymore

Hired to cook at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station for a year, Keith Reimink packed along a $300 movie camera. His intent was simply to capture on film an answer to the question: What’s it like to work in Antarctica? Now audiences at film festivals around...
Shrinking Back

Shrinking Back

The ozone hole that forms each year above the Antarctic was a little smaller in 2013 than in years past, according to a recent news report from the NOAA. In addition, measurements from the South Pole Station showed ozone levels in a critical region of the atmosphere...
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