Williams Field
167°03′24″E / 77.86750°S 167.05667°E / -77.86750; 167.05667Williams Field or Willy Field (ICAO: NZWD) is a United States Antarctic Program airfield in Antarctica. Williams Fie...
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The Antarctic Sun
The Antarctic Sun is an online newspaper with "News about the USAP, the Ice, and the People." It is funded by the National Science Foundation (contract no. NSFDACS1219442) by its prime civilian contr...
Jamesway hut
The Jamesway hut is a portable and easy-to-assemble hut, designed for arctic weather conditions. This version of the Quonset hut was created by James Manufacturing Company of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin....
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Discovery Hut
Discovery Hut was built by Robert Falcon Scott during the Discovery Expedition of 1901–1904 in 1902 and is located at Hut Point on Ross Island by McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Visitors to Antarctica, arr...
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Casey Station
Casey Station is a permanent base in Antarctica managed by the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD). It lies on the northern side of the Bailey Peninsula overlooking Vincennes Bay on the Budd Coast of...
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South Pole Traverse
The South Pole Traverse, also called the McMurdo–South Pole Highway, is an approximately 995-mile-long (1,601 km) compacted snow road in Antarctica that links the United States's McMurdo Station ...
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Observation Hill (McMurdo Station)
166°41′E / 77.85°S 166.69°E / -77.85; 166.69Observation Hill is a 754-foot (230 m) hill adjacent to McMurdo Station in Antarctica and commonly called "Ob Hill." It is fre...
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McMurdo Station
McMurdo Station is a U.S. Antarctic research center on the south tip of Ross Island, which is in the New Zealand-claimed Ross Dependency on the shore of McMurdo Sound in Antarctica. It is operated by ...
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Mawson's Huts
"Mawson's Huts" are the collection of buildings located at Cape Denison, Commonwealth Bay, in the far eastern sector of the Australian Antarctic Territory, some 3000 km south of Hobart. The build...
Scott's Hut
Scott's Hut is a building located on the north shore of Cape Evans on Ross Island in Antarctica. It was erected in 1911 by the British Antarctic Expedition of 1910–1913 (also known as the Terra Nova E...
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South Georgia Museum
The South Georgia Museum is situated in Grytviken, near the administrative centre of the UK overseas territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.The museum occupies the renovated and con...
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Albert P. Crary Science and Engineering Center
The Albert P. Crary Science and Engineering Center (CSEC), located at McMurdo Station, was dedicated in November 1991 by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The laboratory is named in honor of geop...
Port Lockroy
Port Lockroy is a natural harbour on the north-western shore of Wiencke Island in Palmer Archipelago of the British Antarctic Territory.
It was discovered in 1904 and named after Edouard Lockroy, ...
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Teniente R. Marsh Airport
The Teniente R. Marsh Airport is the northernmost airport in the continent of Antarctica. It mainly serves the nearby village, Villa Las Estrellas and the Teniente R. Marsh Martin Base. It is located ...
Wilkins Runway
Wilkins Runway is a single runway aerodrome operated by Australia, located on upper Peterson Glacier, Budd Coast, Wilkes Land on the continent of Antarctica, but 40 km (25 mi) southeast of t...
Chapel of the Snows
The Chapel of the Snows is a non-denominational Christian church located at the United States' McMurdo Station on Ross Island, Antarctica. The chapel is the second southernmost religious building in t...
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Patriot Hills
Patriot Hills (80°20′S 81°25′W / 80.333°S 81.417°W / -80.333; -81.417) is a line of rock hills 5 nautical miles (9 km) long, located 3 nautical miles (6 km) east of the north e...
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Blue ice runway
A blue ice runway is a runway constructed in Antarctic areas with no net annual snow accumulation, so that the resultant ice surface is capable of supporting aircraft landings using wheels instead of ...
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